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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsonson /sʌn/ ●●● S1 W1 noun  1 [countable]CHILD someone’s male childdaughter Her son Sean was born in 1983. They have three sons and a daughter. In those days, the property went to the eldest son. their youngest son, Georgeson of the son of a poor farmer like father like son at father1(7)2 [singular] spokenCHILDMAN used by an older person as a way to address a boy or young man What’s your name, son?3 the Son4 [countable] writtenALMAN a man, especially a famous man, from a particular place or country Frank Sinatra, New Jersey’s most famous son5 my son favourite son at favourite1(2)
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sonThe family business has now been taken over by Anderson's eldest son.Sophie will marry one day, and perhaps she will send her sons to you.She so much wanted to avoid another pitched battle with her son.Her son used to work in Texas.The figures of two parents stooped over their 13-year-old son who would die tomorrow.Our son Jamie is five years old.We have two teenage sons.So Demeter nursed Demophoon, the son that Metaneira had borne to wise Celeus.members of the Sons of Italy
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