“Brother-In-Law”

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Meaning

| GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!he Term Brother-In-Law” — is used to refer to the Brother Of One’s Husband or Wife.  So he is only One’s brother because of being married (“Law”) — as opposed to being One’s familial brother

Classifications

The Term “Brother-In-Law” — usually not Hyphenated in Traditional Grammar — is a Phrasal-Noun.  In The Grammar Of The Common Tongue — it is Hyphenated to show that all three Words that make-up the Term are all part of the same Term.

Explanation

Since this Term is not Idiomatic or Metaphorical — it does not need any further explanation than was was given in the “Meaning” section above.

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“When I got married to my wife — her brother became my ‘Brother-In-Law’.”

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