Definition of granddaughter in English:

granddaughter

noun

  • A daughter of one's son or daughter.

    • ‘Mrs Parry said she sees her retirement as a new chapter, when she hopes to do some travelling and, above all devote more time to her granddaughters, Hannah and Rebecca.’
    • ‘Ann said: ‘I am looking to pass the skills I pick up to my granddaughters.’’
    • ‘It is mine and it always will be until such time as it is handed down to my daughter and my granddaughter.’
    • ‘Cheney's got a brand new grandson and three little granddaughters who are just beautiful.’
    • ‘I have 11 grandsons and five granddaughters and now I have my first great-granddaughter.’
    • ‘Forty years on, Benson is happily married with two daughters and a granddaughter.’
    • ‘He is also looking forward to spending more time with his two granddaughters, twins Leona and Ciara, who are three-and-a-half years old.’
    • ‘With that said I think I'll stop right here and take in lunch and a movie with my daughter and granddaughters.’
    • ‘His wife, four daughters and three granddaughters accompanied him.’
    • ‘I was blessed with three daughters, two granddaughters and a grandson.’
    • ‘My daughter drops off my granddaughter on a regular basis and is now very late getting to work due to the traffic jams in this area.’
    • ‘For ages, grandmothers educated granddaughters and mothers taught daughters, usually orally.’
    • ‘A widow since 1978, she has one daughter and two granddaughters and a wide range of interests to keep her busy.’
    • ‘We can pass our gifts on to our granddaughters and great granddaughters.’
    • ‘Katie, one of my granddaughters, has a doll's house.’
    • ‘Two Picasso paintings worth a total of €50m have been stolen from the Paris home of the artist's granddaughter, it emerged yesterday.’
    • ‘Billy is married to Florence and has a son, two grandsons, a granddaughter and two great grandchildren.’
    • ‘Charles and Victoria went on to have one daughter, three granddaughters and nine great-grandchildren, through the reign of four monarchs.’
    • ‘She loved her grandchildren and spent many hours with her granddaughters when they were growing up.’
    • ‘I've made several trips to San Diego… the most recent of which was to meet my brand-new granddaughter!’

Pronunciation

granddaughter

/ˈɡrandɔːtə/