Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

tío in English:

1. uncle uncle


He is my uncle.
Is this the key your uncle is looking for?
When my uncle left for America, many people came to see him off at the airport.
He approached his uncle about lending him some money.
Roger Miller's father died when he was only one year old and his mother became sick soon after, so he was sent to live with his uncle in Erick, Oklahoma.
The prominent psychologist resembles my uncle in appearance.
Because his parents had died when he was young, his uncle brought him up.
Your uncle took these pictures, didn't he?
I was asked by my uncle what I intended to be when I graduated from college.
Whenever my uncle comes, he brings some nice things for us.
His uncle worked as a pipe fitter for 36 years, exposing him to lead, exotic gases, and other interesting chemicals.
Uncle asked: "What is three plus four?"
I owe it to my uncle that I succeeded in my business.
My uncle is a very heavy smoker; tobacco is indispensable to him.
I travelled to Tokyo right away; it was past noon when I saw my uncle.

English word "tío"(uncle) occurs in sets:

Miembros de la familia en inglés
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