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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparents-in-lawˈparents-in-ˌlaw noun [plural]  the parents of your husband or wifemother-in-law
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parents-in-lawWhether she does this or not depends, in Britain, on her own personality and on the attitude of her parents-in-law.A new bride is expected to cover her head in the presence of her parents-in-law and older brothers-in-law.Seven A few years previously, Melissa had been in the Cévennes on a motoring holiday with her parents-in-law.I think I made it once for my parents-in-law.When I spoke about this problem to my parents-in-law they only laughed.This materialism also means that the traditional tyrants, the parents-in-law, are being increasingly regarded by married couples as burdens.
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