grandparent

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grandparent

US /ˈɡræn.per.ənt/ 
UK /ˈɡræn.peə.rənt/ 

one of the parents of your mother or father:

Persian equivalent: 

­پدر بزرگ‌ يا مادر بزرگ‌

Example: 

My granparents live in London.

پدربزرگ و مادربزرگ من در لندن زندگی می کنند.

Oxford Essential Dictionary

grandparent

 noun
the mother or father of your mother or father

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

grandparent

grandparent /ˈɡrænˌpeərənt $ -ˌper-/ BrE AmE noun [countable usually plural]
one of the parents of your mother or father:
My grandparents live in Sussex.

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

grandparent

grand·par·ent [grandparent grandparents]   [ˈɡrænpeərənt]    [ˈɡrænperənt]  noun usually plural
the father or mother of your father or mother
The children are staying with their grandparents.  
Example Bank:
• I've sent photos of the children to both sets of grandparents.

• a present from his doting grandparents

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

grandparent

grandparent /ˈgrænd.peə.rənt/ US /-per.ənt/
noun [C]
the father or mother of a person's father or mother

Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary

grandparent

/grænpeərənt/
(grandparents)

Your grandparents are the parents of your father or mother.
Tammy was raised by her grandparents.

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary: 

grandparent

grand·par·ent /ˈgrændˌperənt/ noun, pl -ents [count] : a parent of your father or mother

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