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daughter
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
daughter /'dɔ:tə/
  • danh từ
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Concise Dictionary
daughters'dɔːtə
noun
+a female human offspring
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a person's female child
See also - GOD-DAUGHTER, GRANDDAUGHTER, STEPDAUGHTER
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

baby, newborn | little, small, young | teenage | grown-up | only | eldest, first-born, middle, oldest, youngest | elder, younger | illegitimate, legitimate | dutiful, good | long-lost | married, unmarried

VERB + DAUGHTER

have
They've got three young daughters.
| bear
(formal),
give birth to
His wife recently gave birth to a daughter.
| bring up
Living alone and trying to bring up a small daughter is no easy task.

DAUGHTER + VERB

grow up



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