coupledom


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coupledom

(ˈkʌpəldəm)
n
the state of living as a couple, esp when regarded as being interested in each other to the exclusion of the outside world
Translations

coupledom

[ˈkʌpldəm] Nconvivencia f en pareja
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Their coauthored book examines how the research in positive psychology can be applied specifically to coupledom.
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