(n.) = relative ; next of kin ; kin ; kinsman [kinsmen, -pl.] ; family member ; relation. Ex: Here, families from many different communities were up-rooted and resettled on greenfield sites, many miles away from relatives and friends. Ex: Interviews were with a surviving next of kin or a nonrelative about three months after the event of death. Ex: Marriage is prohibited with all direct kin. Ex: The article 'Two noble kinsmen: libraries and museums' explains how libraries and museums reflect a common ancestry yet they have evolved separately. Ex: Patients who attended with a spouse/partner/carer/family member indicated it was helpful to them and the accompanying person. Ex: The next day Margaret and her relations were invited to the Palace for a private brunch. ---- * afligido por la muerte de un familiar cercano = bereaved. * familiar a cargo = dependent. * familiar cercano = close family member. * familiares = kinfolk [kinsfolk]. * familiar femenino = kinswoman [kinswomen, -pl.]. * familiar que cuida de los mayores = kinkeeper. * muerte de un familiar = bereavement ; death in the family. * perder un familiar = bereave. (adj.) = familiar ; conversational ; familial ; old friend ; family-oriented ; colloquial ; homey ; homely . Ex: For anyone involved with online searching, the equipment needed for electronic mail will be familiar: in addition to the microcomputer itself (which is the terminal), an acoustic coupler or modem will be needed. Ex: The old expressions 'spin a yarn', 'weave a tale' suggest the anecdotal, conversational quality that must be striven for by the storyteller. Ex: These librarians are thoroughly sensitised to the social, familial, ethnic, economic and political characteristics of the people in their neighbourhoods. Ex: The Web's full embrace of constant change means that even old friend sites may be unrecognisable after technology facelifts. Ex: Middleborns tend to be less family-oriented than firstborns or lastborns. Ex: Assembler is the colloquial term for assembly language which lies between the low-level machine code and high-level languages. Ex: However, his attempt to make cultural and social history more accessible to a wider audience by adopting a homey, jokey style often seems counterproductive. Ex: We are always on the lookout for homely traditions that work. ---- * archivo familiar = estate archive. * asunto familiar = family affair. * ayuda familiar = family income supplement ; family worker. * casa familiar = family home. * centro de planificación familiar = family planning clinic. * coche familiar = family car. * conflicto familiar = family conflict. * deber familiar = familial duty. * desintegración familiar = family breakdown. * dicho familiar = familiar saying. * empresa familiar = family business ; family-run business. * entorno familiar = home environment. * expresión familiar = colloquialism. * genealogía familiar = family genealogy. * historia familiar = family history. * ingresos familiares = family wage. * lazo familiar = family bond. * lazos familiares = family ties. * lenguaje familiar = colloquial language ; familiar language. * negocio familiar = family-run business ; family business. * nido familiar = family nest. * permiso por razones familiares = family leave. * planificación familiar = family planning ; planned parenthood. * prestación familiar = family allowance. * problema familiar = family problem. * problemas familiares = family crisis. * reliquia familiar = heirloom. * responsabilidades familiares = family responsibilities. * restaurante familiar = family restaurant. * reunión familiar = family gathering ; family reunion. * riña familiar = domestic argument. * ser familiar = strike + familiar chords. * servicio auxiliar de apoyo familiar = respite care. * terapeuta familiar = family therapist. * tiempo familiar = quality time. * tradición familiar = family tradition. * valores familiares = family values. * VHS (Sistema de Vídeo Familiar) = VHS (Video Home System). * vida familiar = family life ; family living. * violencia familiar = domestic violence.