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Gerrman: Schwägerin

Italian: cognata

Icelandic: mágkona

Portuguese: cunhada

French: belle-soeur

Dutch: schoonzus; schoonzuster; zwaagster

Swedish: svägerska

Spanish: cuñada

Hungarian: sogornő

Romanian: cumnată

Czech: švagrova

Latin: affinis

Turkish: yenge

Polish: szwagierke

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14y ago

Sister, hermana, 姐妹, zuster, soeur, schwester, αδελφή, sorella, 姉妹, 자매, irmã, сестра, أخت, germana, sestra, søster, kapatid na babae, sisko, אחות, बहन, saudara perempuan, māsa, sesuo, siostra, soră, syster, chị, em gái, chwaer...

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9y ago

The word 'sister' exists in many languages. If you want to say it in Italian, you use the word 'sorelle'; in Spanish, 'Hermana'; in French, 'soeurs'; in Portuguese, 'irmas'; in Japanese, if you want to say 'older sister', you use 'ane'; and if you want to say 'younger sister', you say 'imouto'; and, in German, it's 'schwester'.

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