noun• informal , chiefly British
- One’s grandmother.More example sentences
- Our audience at the Grand in Blackpool will be from 12-year-olds right through to grans and grandads.
- Every need is catered for from young children to grans and grandads.
- In the magazine survey, almost three quarters of grans said being a grandparent was better than being a parent.
mid 19th century: abbreviation.
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