el diccionario español - inglés

español - English

tía inglés:

1. aunt aunt


My aunt looks young.
I lost no time in visiting my aunt in the hospital yesterday.
The woman who he thought was his aunt was a stranger.
Those children were being cared for by an aunt.
Linda was wildly excited to learn that her aunt Nancy was coming to visit her.
Yesterday I bought a dog. Sadly my aunt cooked it for dinner.
Aunt, this is Tom.
What should we do with this white elephant your aunt gave us? It's way too ugly to go on the wall.
Aunt Yoko is too weak to work.
Aunt Isabel is generous and gave us a lot of presents.
Everything in that house revolved upon Aunt Mary.
Had you met her aunt before you married May?
Isn't this the same necklace that Aunt Clara wears?
Certainly, Aunt Wealthy was no slave to fashion.
I don't care if you don't like your Aunt Mary. You'll just have to grin and bear it while she's here.

Inglés palabratía"(aunt) ocurre en conjuntos:

Miembros de la familia en inglés
mateo pernas Miembros de la familia 3ºEP