Translation of cousin in Spanish:


primo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkəz(ə)n/ /ˈkʌz(ə)n/


  • 1

    primo masculine
    prima feminine
    our transatlantic cousins nuestros hermanos del otro lado del Atlántico
    • we're kissing cousins to the McKays somos parientes lejanos de los McKays
    • Not just the immediate family, but including all my aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews.
    • There is a great loyalty to one's immediate family and even beyond - to uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.
    • At any given time, there are about ten kids outside, plus various aunts, uncles, cousins and other assorted relatives.
    • The family includes many relatives, such as grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, and nieces.
    • I have never been one for arguing, mainly because in the context of my extended family there were always plenty of aunts, uncles and cousins willing to take it too far.
    • And I have aunts and uncles and cousins who are really, really close to me and marvelous friends.
    • But the real hit of the night was the card from my aunt, uncle and cousins.
    • Thuy came to Australia as a 24-year-old Vietnamese boat person, together with her uncle, aunt and cousins.
    • With no aunts, uncles or cousins, she and Emily had only each other.
    • It had been a huge family affair, all my cousins and uncles and aunts.
    • The extended family system has cemented the blood line relationship to an extent that children born of brothers are not called cousins but brothers or sisters.
    • He grew up an only child, with his cousins being his brothers and sisters.
    • He now knows his mother, knows about his father, half-brothers, cousins, a grandma.
    • A large supporting party will include mum, dad, brothers and cousins.
    • They appeared to belong to my cousin who was intending to return them to the library.
    • The flat belonged to his cousin - a woman on the fringes of the underworld.
    • They went back and discovered that their mother was there, they had brothers, cousins, sisters and a whole branch of relations.
    • All of my family - from my mom's sisters and brother and cousins to my dad's sisters and brothers and cousins - is here in the same apartment complex.
    • The family includes his wife, two daughters, his father, his cousin and sister-in-law.
    • Now the child is with my cousin's father and mother.
    • But if you decided to marry your first cousin, that would be very welcome.