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|English to French translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: siblings|
|"She had a good relationship with her siblings." (not meaning 'children' but rather her other brothers and sisters). Is there a general term in French for this or is it necessary to say "...ses frères et sœurs"|
|ses frères et sœurs|
it is perfect, and I do not see other solutions with this level of language
otherwise, in slang
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|D'accord, et merci!|
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