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a relative (i.e. family relation) / CL: 門|门, 個|个,
dear / beloved / darling
personally / in person / oneself
amiable / cordial / close and dear / familiar
intimate / close
affectionate / intimate / warmhearted / to get intimate with sb
father / also pr. [fu4 qin5] / CL: 個|个
parent and child / parent-child (relationship) / two successive generations
  *亲* | 亲* | *亲
parent / one's own (flesh and blood) / relative / related / marriage / bride / close / intimate / in person / first-hand / in favor of / pro- / to kiss / (Internet slang) dear
  *亲* | 亲* | *亲
parents-in-law of one's offspring
mother / also pr. [mu3 qin5] / CL: 個|个
blind date / arranged interview to evaluate a proposed marriage partner (Taiwan pr. [xiang4 qin1]) / to be deeply attached to each other
Mother's Day
personally / with one's own hands
to go in person
to kiss / kiss
personal / oneself
intimate / to get close to
relatives and friends
Father's Day
affection / family love / love, esp. within a married couple or between parents and children
dear one / to kiss / friendly
one's own (child) (i.e. one's child by birth) / biological (parents) / birth (parents)
one's close relatives
friends and relatives
kin / kindred / relatives
personal experience
older generation in one's household (often referring to one's parents) / one's deceased close relatives
(personal) warmth / approachability / accessibility / (in a product) user friendliness / (chemistry) affinity
to go home to visit one's family
to be kind and love one another (idiom); bound by deep emotions
close relative / near relation
friends and family / kith and kin
with one's own eyes / personally
in touch with the people / sensitive to people's needs
affable / genial
one's own mother / biological mother
single parent
to see for oneself / to see with one's own eyes
fellow countryman (from the same village) / local people / villager / the folks back home
darlings / fans / followers / short form of 親愛的們|亲爱的们
parents of one's daughter-in-law or son-in-law / relatives by marriage
to propose marriage
in one's own handwriting
paternity or maternity test
to connect intimately (with) / amiable / affable
to visit relatives
blood relationship / genetic relationship / consanguinity
to invite the groom (who will live with the bride's family) / to take a wife by one's own choice
close relation, no gap (idiom); intimate and nothing can come between
to visit one's friends and relatives
next of kin / immediate dependant
to get married
direct descendant / blood relative
not recognizing one's family (idiom); self-centered and not making any allowances for the needs of one's relatives
to kiss (on the mouth)
to do the job oneself
one's own mouth / fig. in one's own words / to say sth personally
to place righteousness before family (idiom); ready to punish one's own family if justice demands it
kindly / nice / amiable
parent's generation / previous generation
to appoint people by favoritism (idiom); nepotism / corrupt appointment
next of kin / closely related
to take a wife
trusted aide
relatives / members of the same family, clan, tribe etc
to act as a matchmaker
single parent family
to marry
hydrophilicity / hydrophilic
(of the groom's family) to send a bridal sedan chair 花轎|花轿 to fetch the bride / to send a party to escort the bride to the groom's house
to visit new in-laws after a marriage
kin / blood relation
to get close to / to get on intimate terms with
cousin (via female line)
arranged betrothal of minors
marriage / CL: 門|门
SS or Schutzstaffel, paramilitary organization in Nazi Germany
phylogenetic relationship
to remember one's parents / to feel homesick for one's relatives
close and distant (relatives)
the emperor relatives (idiom); person with powerful connections
one's own father / biological father
marriage by capture / bride kidnapping
to visit one's parents
closely related by blood
courting / meeting for purpose of marriage / to settle into a relationship
(honorific) your parent
a distant relative
natural child
affinity / in-laws
lit. neither a relative nor a friend (idiom) / fig. unrelated to one another in any way
to become related by marriage / to marry
to do sth oneself

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