"A mulher do meu tio é minha tia."
Translation:The wife of my uncle is my aunt.
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Is the use of mulher in Brasil to mean wife considered slang or is it a normal convention? You can say woman (e.g., my woman) to mean wife in the US, but it is definitely slang, and often times considered crass depending on the context. A little more gentile alternative to the use of woman to mean wife would be lady, as in "That's my lady!"