Stepfather
Stepfather Step"fa`ther, n. [AS. ste['o]pf[ae]der.] The husband of one's mother by a subsequent marriage. [1913 Webster]

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  • Stepfather — ist der Titel von: The Stepfather, US amerikanischer Thriller aus dem Jahr 1987 Stepfather II, US amerikanischer Thriller aus dem Jahr 1988 Stepfather III, US amerikanischer Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr 1992, siehe Vatertag (1992) The Stepfather… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stepfather — O.E. steopfæder; see STEP (Cf. step ) + FATHER (Cf. father) …   Etymology dictionary

  • stepfather — ► NOUN ▪ a man who is married to one s mother after the divorce of one s parents or the death of one s father …   English terms dictionary

  • stepfather — [step′fä΄thər] n. a male stepparent …   English World dictionary

  • stepfather — UK [ˈstepˌfɑːðə(r)] / US [ˈstepˌfɑðər] noun [countable] Word forms stepfather : singular stepfather plural stepfathers someone s stepfather is their mother s new husband in a second or later marriage …   English dictionary

  • stepfather — noun The husband of ones biological mother, other than ones biological father, especially following the divorce or death of the father. Syn: stepdad, stepparent, co father See Also: stepaunt, stepbrother …   Wiktionary

  • stepfather — step|fa|ther [ step,faðər ] noun count someone s stepfather is their mother s new husband in a second or later marriage …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stepfather — [[t]ste̱pfɑːðə(r)[/t]] stepfathers also step father N COUNT: oft poss N Someone s stepfather is the man who has married their mother after the death or divorce of their father …   English dictionary

  • stepfather — noun Date: before 12th century the husband of one s mother when distinct from one s natural or legal father …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • stepfather — stepfatherly, adv. /step fah dheuhr/, n. the husband of one s mother by a later marriage. [bef. 900; ME stepfader, OE steopfaeder. See STEP , FATHER] * * * …   Universalium

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