Definition of grandchild
: the child of one's son or daughter
Recent Examples of grandchild from the Web
Besides her son Michael, she is survived by two other sons, John and Tom; four grandchildren; and two step-granddaughters.
A few blocks away from the front line, Faisa Muhammed, her children and grandchildren sheltered in their home.
The Orland Park woman brought six of her grandchildren with her to help pack meals.
The Lees plan on spending their retirement enjoying time with their grandchildren and children, who grew up in the business with Magic Wok being like a second home to them.
For The Miami Herald Hernandez is survived by his children Maria Elena Roque, Alberto M. Hernandez and Fernando Hernandez and 10 grandchildren.
A highlight of the anniversary evening was Facetime calls from the grandchildren who were unable to attend the party.
But Clinton then proceeded to talk for nearly half an hour about his grandchildren, about golf, and about travel, according to Lynch.
Lecuru said, adding that now that the event is in its 51st year, people who came to the event as newlyweds now attend with their grandchildren.
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Definition of grandchild for English Language Learners
: a child of your son or daughter
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Definition of grandchild for Students
: a child of a person's son or daughter
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