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descendant also: (in American English also) descendent
American English: /dəˈsɛndənt/
British English: /dɪˈsɛnd(ə)nt/

Translation of descendant in Spanish:

noun

  • their descendants
    sus descendientes
    su descendencia
    Example sentences
    • Most biologists consider it the direct descendant of the ancestor of the domesticated two-humped species.
    • People also expect the deceased to maintain interest in their descendants, as ancestral spirits.
    • Some of the plaintiffs are direct descendants of those early settlers.

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