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    Default Duda terminológica de derecho de familia

    Hola!! Estoy traduciendo un artículo en castellano al inglés sobre derecho de familia y he visto el término "Kinsman" o "kinswoman" para traducir "pariente" masculino y femenino respectivamente.....
    Alguien ha escuchado estos términos???? O estan fuera de uso???
    Gracias!!!!!

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    I have never heard kinswoman or kinsman...maybe they use it in other English speaking countries. You can use next of kin, but I would go with relative.

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    Tnx Emily b! Yes, I'd definitely use relatives, which was my first choice and it's more comprehensive since I though that next of kin, kin and kindred referred only to relatives by blood.
    Tnx again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candelux
    Hola!! Estoy traduciendo un artículo en castellano al inglés sobre derecho de familia y he visto el término "Kinsman" o "kinswoman" para traducir "pariente" masculino y femenino respectivamente.....
    Alguien ha escuchado estos términos???? O estan fuera de uso???
    Gracias!!!!!
    Sí yo lo conozco como familiar o pariente
    Sil

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    1. A female relative.
    2. A woman sharing the same racial, cultural, or national background as another.

    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/kinswoman

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