brother-in-law definition

  • noun:
    • The cousin of the partner.
    • The spouse of one's sis.
    • The husband associated with sibling of your respective spouse.
    • A male general of your generation, divided by one amount of marriage:
    • Co-brother-in-law: A male general of your respective generation, separated by two levels of relationship:
    • The sibling of your husband or wife; additionally, the spouse of your sis; occasionally, the spouse of your partner's cousin.
    • The sibling of one's husband or wife; also, your cousin's husband.
    • a brother by wedding

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