cousin germain translation | French-English dictionary

cousin germain nm.
first cousin

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
nf.
first cousin
n.
second cousin
[Bus.]
nm.
cousin
n.
German
[Med.]
adj.
German ; sib
[Med.]
n.
distant cousin ; little cousin
n.
1) distant cousin (m), 2) little cousin (m)
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cousin

, e  
      nm/f   cousin  
cousin germain      first cousin  
      nm     (ZOOLOGIE)   cranefly  
→ le cousin (Nephrotoma appendiculata) ne pique pas        
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

coussin, conquis, coin, collusion

"cousin germain": examples and translations in context
Mon cousin germain et son fils sont certainement morts. My first cousin and his son ... .. are almost certainly dead.
Tu es la seule qui sait que mon cavalier de bal de promo était mon cousin germain. You're the only one who knows that my prom date was my first cousin.
On peut épouser son cousin germain dans le droit civil, et on ne peut pas le faire dans la religion catholique. In civil law, you may marry your first cousin, but you can't do so in the Catholic religion.
Elle contacte donc son cousin germain, Paul Deghuee, inventeur et photographe. For this, she contacts her first cousin, Paul Deghuee, an inventor and part-time photographer.
C'est mon cousin germain. He's my first cousin.
... Chambre et qu'on en discute en comité. Effectivement, le terme «parent» peut prêter à confusion. On pourrait toutefois très bien circonscrire ce qu'on entend par «parent». Le cousin germain est-il couvert par cela? Est-ce en ligne directe ou collatérale? On pourrait très bien identifier dans le projet de loi ce qu'on entend par «parent». I had some questions, however, and I would like to propose that this bill be voted on by the House and discussed in committee. The term “relative” can be confusing, but it could be clarified. Do first cousins qualify, for instance? Is it only direct lineage or indirect as well? The bill could very easily identify what is meant by “relative”.
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