English version

aunt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishauntaunt /ɑːnt $ ænt/ ●●● S3 W3 noun [countable]  FAMILYthe sister of your father or mother, or the wife of your father’s or mother’s brother Aunt Mary agony aunt
Examples from the Corpus
auntJerome has an aunt and uncle in Laguna Hills and some relatives in South Dakota.The Dodson aunts take pride in his stance in this hour of crisis.Clayton was adopted by his aunt and uncle and brought up in the working class brewery town of Tadcaster, North Yorkshire.I have stated earlier my aunt was a determined and ambitious woman.So my aunt talked three friends into skating down the Mississippi to New Orleans.My aunts seemed very far away, faded, sepia photographs stuck in some childhood album.The aunt was a prime ally.
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