Definition of kid brother in English:

kid brother

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noun

informal
  • One’s younger brother: to have my kid brother teaching me about love!
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    • I had two older brothers and a kid brother who kind of looked up to me.
    • How does your comfortable, early twenties, middle of the road, suburban US life change when your mum and dad both die, leaving you with responsibility for your kid brother?
    • When Kelly figured out her parents were helping her kid brother through an ordeal, she realized they'd do the same for her in tough times.

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