plural noun
1. (relatives by marriage) 
My in-laws, back in my wife's home town, always have a huge celebration for Christmas.Mi familia política, en el pueblo natal de mi esposa, siempre hace una celebración enorme para la Navidad.
This is a picture of my wife and me with my in-laws when we visited them last year in Panama.Esta es una foto de mi esposa y yo con mis parientes políticos cuando los visitamos el año pasado en Panamá.
2. (spouse's parents) 
Are you going to see your dad on Father's Day? - No, I'm going to see my in-laws this year.¿Vas a ver a tu papá en el Día del Padre? - No, voy a ver a mis suegros este año.
3. (via marriage) 
An in-law of mine introduced me to a manager at the company, and that's how I got the job.Un pariente político mío me presentó a un director de la empresa, y así fue que conseguí el trabajo.
Martina has one in-law in particular who rubs her the wrong way.Martina tiene un familiar político en particular que le cae mal.
1. (general) 
a. la familia política (F) 
in-laws [ˈɪnˌlɔːz]
plural noun
(partner's family) parientes (m) políticos; (partner's parents) suegros (m);
Phrases with "in-laws"
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