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1. (via marriage)
a. mother-in-law of one’s son
Mi consuegra les pagó a los recién casados la luna de miel en el Caribe.My son's mother-in-law paid for the honeymoon of the newlyweds in the Caribbean.
b. mother-in-law of one's daughter
No podíamos creer que nuestra consuegra y su marido acordaran pagar el costo de toda la boda.We couldn't believe that our daughter's mother-in-law and her husband agreed to pay for the whole wedding.
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