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primo carnal exp.
first cousin

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
first cousin
exp.
to be taken for a sucker
(MODISMOS)
pref.
blood uncle
nf.
blood aunt
exp.
real uncle
nm.
blood uncle
nm.
blood aunt
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primo

, a  
a       adj  
1    [número]   prime
2    [materia]   raw
b       sm/f  
1    (=pariente)   cousin  
MODISMOS le vino el primo de América      anticuado, *   she started her period  
MODISMOS ser primos hermanos        (referido a cosas)    to be extraordinarily alike  
  primo/a carnal, primo/a hermano/a   first cousin
2    *   (=incauto)   dupe, sucker *     
MODISMOS hacer el primo      to be taken for a sucker *   , be taken for a ride *     
MODISMOS tomar a algn por primo      to do sb down *   , take sb in *     
    prima  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"primo carnal": examples and translations in context
Es tu primo carnal. He's your first cousin.
En el derecho tradicional, un hombre no puede contraer matrimonio con sus primas carnales, ya que se le considera hermana en virtud de su ascendencia. It is evident that the current law is at odds with some traditional practices.
El Gobierno no propondrá prohibir los matrimonios entre primos carnales, pero reforzará la información sobre las consecuencias de orden médico entre los grupos étnicos interesados. The Government will not propose a prohibition against first-cousin marriage, but will implement information measures on the medical implications for affected groups.
Para alguien, tal vez, que no sea su prima carnal. Someone, perhaps, who is not his first cousin.
Entre los inmigrantes pakistaníes de la primera generación, los padres del 43,9 % de todos los niños nacidos son primos carnales. Among first-generation immigrants from Pakistan, 43.9 per cent of all children are born to parents who are first cousins.
La Grande Mademoiselle, nieta de Enrique IV y prima carnal de Luis XIV, nacida en el Louvre en 1627, conoce muy bien los entresijos de la familia real. Granddaughter of Henri IV, first cousin of Louis XIV, La Grande Mademoiselle, born in the Louvre palace in 1627, was familiar with all the corridors of power of the royal family.
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