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    husband-in-law

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    what does 'husband-in-law' mean?

    Could you make a sentence with it?

    Thank you.

  2. Nightmare85's Avatar
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    #2

    Re: husband-in-law

    This word is unkown to me.
    I only know:
    brother-in-law
    daughter-in-law
    father-in-law
    mother-in-law
    sister-in-law
    son-in-law
    uncle-in-law


    Everything -in-law means they are blood-related to the person you married.
    Sister-in-law -> The sister of your wife/husband.
    Mother-in-law -> The mother of your wife/husband.

    Cheers!

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    #3

    Re: husband-in-law

    Have a look at this!

    Since they created such dictionary, anything is possible in English.

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