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- benedick, benedict - A long-time bachelor who is newly married is a benedick or benedict.
- quadrigamist - Someone who has married four times.
- connubial - A synonym for "married, wedded."
- matrimony - From Latin matrimonium, "state of being married," from mater, "mother," and monium, "-mony" (state, condition).
If you are married to someone, they are your husband or wife.
When you marry someone, you become their husband or wife during a special ceremony.
Don't use 'to' after marry. Don't say 'I wanted to marry to him'.
Marry is not usually used without an object. Don't say, for example, that a person 'marries' or that two people 'marry'. Say that they get married.
Marry is sometimes used without an object, but this is a literary or old-fashioned use.
|Noun||1.||married - a person who is married; "we invited several young marrieds"|
|Adj.||1.||married - joined in matrimony; "a married man"; "a married couple"|
mated - mated sexually
|2.||married - of or relating to the state of marriage; "marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"|
married man → (hombre m) casado m
married woman → (mujer f) casada f
married couple → matrimonio m
married life → vida f matrimonial
the married state → el estado matrimonial
twice-married → casado por segunda vez or en segundas nupcias
"just married" → recién casados
married[ˈmærid] adj [man, woman, couple] → marié(e)
They are not married → Ils ne sont pas mariés.
They have been married for 15 years → Ils sont mariés depuis quinze ans.
a married couple → un couple marié
a married man → un homme marié
to be married to sb → être marié(e) à qn
to get married → se marier
My sister's getting married in June → Ma sœur se marie en juin.married life n → vie f conjugalemarried name n → nom m de femme mariée