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offspring /'ɔ:fspriɳ/
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Concise Dictionary
offspringsnoun
+the immediate descendants of a person
+something that comes into existence as a result
+any immature animal

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
(Often used as plural) child, progeny, issue, seed, youngster, brood, young, successor, heir:
None of the earl's offspring ever amounted to much.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun (plural offspring) (formal or humorous)
1 a child of a particular person or couple: the problems parents have with their teenage offspring + to produce / raise offspring
2 the young of an animal or plant: Female badgers may give birth to as many as five offspring.


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