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Spanish translation of 'aunt'

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aunt

[ɑːnt ]
noun
tía f
my aunt and uncle mis tíos mpl
compounds

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Example Sentences Including 'aunt'

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The cousins and aunts and uncles left behind?
Charles Glass The Tribes Triumphant (2006)
Being an aunt and uncle is great and that's what we decided to do.
The Sun (2017)
But so did your father, your aunt.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
His mother has died, leaving him with an elderly aunt and his father, who sells spectacles.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Nor did my best friend, my aunt or my dog.
The Sun (2016)
The humour depends on your relationship with uncle and aunt.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They came to Europe with their aunt and uncle.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They will marry in the Oxfordshire church where her mother, aunts and grandmother married.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We all shared the same home, but they pretended that my real mother was my aunt.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
I might buy an elderly aunt one.
The Sun (2011)
He is shy and refuses to talk, despite encouragement from his father and aunt to do so.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
She decided to pass him on to an uncle and aunt who were childless.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She is still the sort of aunt who makes one feel rather feeble.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She's the most generous daughter, aunt and friend.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The disease had affected both her mother and her aunt.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
BRITAIN'S favourite agony aunt has been signed up by the Government to help tackle the divorce crisis.
The Sun (2008)
Finally, the old lag takes on the role of agony aunt.
The Sun (2006)
I noticed my friend 's aunt sitting in a corner enjoying her drink.
The Sun (2008)
It actually belongs to his wife 's aunt, who also pays the utility and telephone bills.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It just kind of came down and picked off certain people here and there... cousins and aunts and uncles and my father very particularly.
The Sun (2016)
MY grandad and my aunt died quickly one after the other.
The Sun (2012)
I received an e-mail from a young man who had just been asked to perform the eulogy at the funeral of his wife 's aunt.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'aunt' in Other Languages

British English: aunt /ɑːnt/ NOUN
Your aunt is the sister of your mother or father, or the wife of your uncle.
She wrote a letter to her aunt.
  • American English: aunt
  • Arabic: عَمَّة /خالة خالة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tia
  • Chinese: 姑妈
  • Croatian: tetka
  • Czech: teta
  • Danish: tante
  • Dutch: tante
  • European Spanish: tía
  • Finnish: täti
  • French: tante
  • German: Tante
  • Greek: θεία
  • Italian: zia
  • Japanese: おば 伯母・叔母
  • Korean: 이모 mother’s sister
  • Norwegian: tante
  • Polish: ciocia
  • European Portuguese: tia
  • Romanian: mătușă
  • Russian: тетя
  • Spanish: tía
  • Swedish: faster paternal
  • Thai: พี่หรือน้องสาวของพ่อหรือแม่
  • Turkish: teyze mother’s sister
  • Ukrainian: тітка
  • Vietnamese: bác older than one’s parents

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