I did some search online but couldn't find an answer, How do you call husband's brother-in-law?
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In a comment, FumbleFingers wrote:
Your husband's brother-in-law could be your brother! Or his sister's husband. Anglophones don't tend to care much about such things, so we don't mind using the same expression for both those relationships.
To clarify: if the husband’s brother-in-law is your own brother, then you call him whatever you’ve always called him (and refer to him as your brother).
If he’s your husband’s sibling’s husband, then you don’t refer to him as your brother. There’s no preciser word than ‘husband’s brother-in-law’ for that in English.