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I wasn't sure what you meant in your original post by "in general." I've never heard the term "sibling-in-law." The term "in-laws" is sometimes used to include all generations. However, if you say, "we're having dinner with the in-laws tomorrow," or "the in-laws are coming for the week-end," we're usually referring to our spouse's mother and father.
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