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Why do we use "fratelli" in the following sentence?:
Lui e mia madre sono "fratelli".
Is it because the male gender overrides other genders?
Or it would be "fratelle" if "mia madre" had come before "lui"?

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Why do we use "fratelli" in the following sentence?:
Lui e mia madre sono "fratelli".
Is it because the male gender overrides other genders?
Or it would be "fratelle" if "mia madre" had come before "lui"?
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