Translation of fatherhood in Spanish:

fatherhood

paternidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɑðərˌhʊd/ /ˈfɑːðəhʊd/

See Spanish definition of paternidad

noun

  • 1

    paternidad feminine
    • The magazine's target readership is "men in their 30s and 40s who are embracing fatherhood."
    • Then she becomes pregnant and breaks the news of impending fatherhood to her boyfriend.
    • Marriage and fatherhood have changed his priorities.
    • His wife is due to have their first child in April, giving him the responsibility of fatherhood for the first time.
    • I'd lived on my own since leaving college, so when my boyfriend decided he wasn't ready for fatherhood I was upset, but not really fazed.
    • The men you surveyed have surprisingly traditional attitudes toward fatherhood.
    • His second marriage brought a second shot at fatherhood.
    • Molly's husband is becoming unnerved by the possibility of fatherhood.
    • Taken with zinc, it can improve the chance of fatherhood in subfertile men by up to 74 per cent.
    • Once fatherhood arrives, men say they would prefer a more traditional role.