n (pl `sons-in-law) husband of one's daughter 女婿.
the husband of your daughter
1. Eric had been the eldest son of the family, very much older than his two brothers. 埃里克是这家长子。年龄比他两个弟弟大很多，
2. Every time a packet left her hands, the hateful yellow face of the officer who had taken her son away flared up in her mind. 每当一小捆传单从她手中发出去时，她的脑海中就会闪现出那个把她儿子带走的军官那张可恶的黄色的脸。
3. Einstein's father was an electrical engineer who fascinated his son with practical displays of physics. 爱因斯坦的父亲是个电气工程师，他表现出的物理知识使儿子很着迷。
4. But the wrong Marine had become the right son at the right time. 但是，这个假儿子在老人真正需要儿子的时刻却成了真正的儿子。
5. But never, ever, warn marriage law consultants, should you use the same lawyer as your future spouse does. 但婚姻法顾问警告说，永远不要选择你未来伴侣的律师来做你的律师。
6. We should prevent a miscarriage of the law. 我们应当防止执法不当。
7. We have made a law on the preservation of wildlife. 我们制定了野生动物保护法。
8. When I realized he was too sick to tell whether or not I was his son, I guessed he really needed me. So I stayed. " 我发现他病得这么重，都认不出我不是他的儿子后，我想他确实是很需要我的。所以我留下来了。"
9. This law falls into abeyance when the country´s security is threatened. 当国家安全受到威胁时, 这项法规暂停实施。
10. The powers of a judge are defined by law. 法官的权力是由法律规定的.