nephew美 ['nefju] 英 ['nevjuː]
the son of your brother or sister; the son of your husband's or wife's brother or sister
the son of somebody's brother, sister, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law
One relative who took the body of his nephew to a hospital said the site of the attack was horrifying.
It was no surprise to the other workers that the boss's nephew enjoined such a great degree of upward mobility.
When he died, his young nephew was the only heir to his great wealth.
She said she lost a brother and his wife and a nephew in the disaster.
"Good nephew, " he said, "there is a God, despite what you think, and He is everywhere. Yes! Everywhere! "
You must be very tired and sleepy since you did not sleep well last night. But, I am sure you will inspire by your nephew once you see him.
He was evidently anxious not to waken his wife or daughter, and especially not to excite the notice of his nephew.
When we spoke by phone several weeks ago, the nephew said the violin was now his, but he said he could not discuss it further at this time.
It was the voice of Scrooge's nephew. The young man had come into the office so quickly that Scrooge had not known he was there.
She did not, however, even look around her until she saw her nephew lightly and actively , following her example, climbed up.