Difference between Step Brother and Half Brother?

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Siblings have one or both parents in common. A female sibling is called a sister. A male sibling is referred to as a brother. The main difference between a step brother and a half brother is that a step brother is the son of a stepparent, while a half brother is the son of a stepparent from a previous or subsequent relationship. A half brother is a blood-relative. Half-siblings only share one parent instead of two. Step-siblings are not blood-related.
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