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nephew in English:

1. the son of a brother or sister the son of a brother or sister

English word "nephew"(the son of a brother or sister) occurs in sets:

1. słówka, synonimy, antonimy, definicje

2. niece niece

Ann is my favourite niece.
Your's brother daughter is your niece.
My niece is cute.
My seven-year-old niece said to her brother "I'll tell on you."
Really, my lady stammered out the haberdasher, after what appeared to us to be a most ominous pause, "I am deeply sensible of your ladyship's patronage, and the patronage of your ladyship's niece."
Mr Eliot's niece goes to a women's college.
The niece looks like her aunt.
... got to hug a niece he had never been...
Sometimes we go for walks with the niece and nephew.
He's going to visit his niece in America.
I have got a nephew but not a niece.
My sister has just found out she’s having a baby girl, so we’re going to have a new niece soon.
Your niece is your brother's or your sister's daughter.
Peter's niece
My niece Ala, his sister, is 5 years younger then him.

English word "nephew"(niece) occurs in sets:

Male & Female

3. get married get married

I’d like to get married before I’m 30.
We are going to get married next year.
more and more people decide not to get married claiming that legislation is unnecessary to prove their love
I’m going to get married.
When did he get married?
Let's get married
They never actually got married. (Oni właściwie nigdy nie wzięli ślubu.) She's too young to get married. (Ona jest za młoda, żeby wziąć ślub
Peter and Anna want to get married.