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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Family
grannygran‧ny1, grannie /ˈɡræni/ ●●○ S3 noun (plural grannies) [countable] informal  SSFFAMILYgrandmother
Examples from the Corpus
grannyOr, as granny so eloquently remarked, get yerself on outdoors and blow the stink off.And if she wants a train set then her granny will be the first to help her set it up.I had, naturally heard all about her, but deep, deep down inside I missed my granny.There never was a greater story-teller than my granny.My granny took to her knitting, and we spoke a little of everyday things.Now, there is nothing a politician fears more than a 106-year-old granny who is dumped into the street.Most of the time it will be alright, like when you get a present for your birthday from your granny.
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
grannygranny2, grannie adjective [only before noun] British English  DCof a style typically used by old women granny shoes
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