Romence'da family

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n. familie, neam, trib, casă, menaj, seminţie, asemănare între membrii unei familii
a. casnic, familial

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Take, for instance, your family problems.
Ia ca exemplu problemele tale familiale.
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Children need not know every detail of the family budget.
Copii nu trebuie sa ştie fiecare detaliu despre bugetul familiei.
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With his death, the oldest family in this village died out.
Odată cu decesul său, s-a stins cea mai în vârstă familie din acest sat.
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One has to protect his family.
Trebuie să îţi protejezi familia.
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Her family likes very much to watch TV every day.
Familiei ei îi place foarte mult să se uite la televizor zilnic.
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The effects have impacted most on poorer families.
Efectele au avut impact mai mult asupra familiilor sărace.
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I didn't want to spend any more time than necessary cooking for my family.
Nu vroiam să petrec mai mult timp decât era necesar ca să gătesc pentru familia mea.
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I want to spend more time with my family.
Vreau să petrec mai mult timp cu familia mea.
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I wish I could spend more time with my family.
Mi-aș dori să pot petrece mai mult timp cu familia mea.
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It has been so long since I last went to Disneyland with my family.
A trecut atât de mult timp de la ultima dată când m-am dus la Disneyland împreună cu familia mea.
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Eş anlamlılar

primary social group; parents and children: clan, tribe, parent, sib, couple, kindred, sibling, kin group, marriage, kin, man and wife, child, kinship group, match, mates, married couple, family unit, kid
a social unit living together: broken home, nuclear family, social unit, menage, house, household, foster family, menage a trois, foster home, home, conjugal family, unit, extended family
a collection of things sharing a common attribute: category, syntactic category, woodwind family, histocompatibility complex, grammatical category, sex, aggregation, collection, class, stamp, conjugation, substitution class, superphylum, violin family, brass family, denomination, declension, accumulation, assemblage, paradigm
people descended from a common ancestor: origin, kinfolk, people, house, dynasty, stemma, line of descent, folk, parentage, pedigree, homefolk, family line, phratry, stock, ancestry, blood, kinsfolk, line, descent, lineage, name, bloodline, gens, sept, blood line



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