svigerfamilie

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

sviger- +‎ familie

NounEdit

svigerfamilie

  1. in-laws (one's spouse's family)
    • 2010, Lisa See, Sneblomst og den hemmelige vifte, Lindhardt og Ringhof (→ISBN)
      Jeg skulle være så ærbar som overhovedet muligt i dette øjeblik, når min svigerfamilie så mig for første gang, ...
      I had to be as honourable as at all possible in this moment, when my in-laws saw me for the first time, ...
    • 2010, Kristina Aamand, Mødom på mode: Beretninger om skik og brug blandt indvandrere, Gyldendal A/S (→ISBN)
      Hvis jeg havde ... underlagt mig de regler, der gælder i min svigerfamilie, ...
      If I had submitted to the rules that are in effect among my in-laws, ...
    • 2007, Et løft af sløret, Gyldendal A/S (→ISBN), page 144
      Far skulle bare have overholdt den aftale, han oprindeligt havde indgået med min svigerfamilie.
      Father should simply have kept the agreement that he had originally made with my in-laws.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From sviger- +‎ familie.

NounEdit

svigerfamilie m (definite singular svigerfamilien, indefinite plural svigerfamilier, definite plural svigerfamiliene)

  1. in-laws (literally: family-in-law)

Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From sviger- +‎ familie.

NounEdit

svigerfamilie m (definite singular svigerfamilien, indefinite plural svigerfamiliar, definite plural svigerfamiliane)

  1. in-laws (literally: family-in-law)