aunt 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:8
n. aunts 0
The house belongs to my aunt but she doesn’t live here any more.
paternal aunt 姑母
agony aunt （英）问答专栏阿姨；心理咨询阿姨
great aunt 叔祖母
姨母,姑母,伯母,嬸母,舅母,阿姨Uncle and aunt launched a laundry with the blunt hunter.伯伯和伯母與直率的獵人創辦了一家洗衣店.
1. the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle
My aunt lives in Canada.
2. (informal) used by children, with a first name, to address a woman who is a friend of their parents
⇨ see also agony aunt
the sister of your father or mother, or the wife of your father’s or mother’s brother 姑母；姨母；婶母；伯母；舅母
→ agony aunt
Origin aunt (1200-1300) Old French ante, from Latin amita
1.N-FAMILY; N-TITLE 家庭成员名词；头衔名词See also:agony aunt;姨妈；姑妈；伯母；舅妈 Someone’s aunt is the sister of their mother or father, or the wife of their uncle.
She wrote to her aunt in America…
It was a present from Aunt Vera.
plural aunts [count] : the sister of your father or mother or the wife of your uncle姑母；伯母；姨母；婶母；舅母
He has three aunts and two uncles.
This is my Aunt Mary.