Translation of stepdaughter in Spanish:


hijastra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstɛpdɔːtə//ˈstɛpˌdɔdər/


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    hijastra feminine
    • I will definitely be buying all of these books for my stepdaughters!
    • My husband has a stepdaughter from a previous marriage.
    • Your sister will tell you all about it (she's your stepsister, my stepdaughter, but like blood all the same).
    • He felt compelled to work six days a week to support his eight daughters and stepdaughters.
    • Her stepmother wants the family's boarding house for herself - and is prepared to have her lying stepdaughter committed to an insane asylum to get it.
    • Yet, it's understandable your mom is being generous to her stepdaughter and getting cozy with her new husband.
    • He gained additional wealth, perhaps eight thousand pounds when his stepdaughter died in 1773.
    • One of my stepdaughters spent a year in the U.K. recently, most of it in Scotland, and I asked her over breakfast what she thought of the Scots.
    • Before my parents married, they each already had a son, and Dad had two stepdaughters as well.
    • The couple left two sons and an adopted stepdaughter.
    • Today we brought my eldest stepdaughter to see the doctor.
    • I did this deliberately because I have two stepdaughters who treat me in a very insolent manner and will inherit from their mother.
    • I've left many times due to my husband's verbal abuse and poor treatment of my oldest daughter, his stepdaughter.
    • They had a nine-year-old daughter together, and two teenage stepdaughters.
    • He found several messages waiting for him, including a couple from his wife and one from his stepdaughter.
    • You should take a cue from her husband and see your stepdaughter as a child, too.
    • As for map reading - my two teenage stepdaughters are great at navigating.