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mar·ried

 (măr′ēd)
adj.
1.
a. Having a spouse: a married woman; a married man.
b. United in matrimony: a married couple.
2.
a. Of or relating to the state of marriage: married bliss.
b. Acquired through marriage: her married name.
3. Closely connected; united.
n. pl. marrieds or married
A married person: young marrieds.

married

(ˈmærɪd)
adj
1. having a husband or wife
2. joined in marriage: a married couple.
3. of or involving marriage or married persons
4. closely or intimately united
n
(usually plural) a married person (esp in the phrase young marrieds)

mar•ried

(ˈmær id)

adj.
1. united in marriage.
2. of or pertaining to marriage or married persons.
3. joined; united.
n.
4. Usu., marrieds. married people.
[1325–75]

married

  • 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).

married

marry
1. 'married to'

If you are married to someone, they are your husband or wife.

Her daughter was married to a Frenchman.
2. 'marry'

When you marry someone, you become their husband or wife during a special ceremony.

I wanted to marry him.

Be Careful!
Don't use 'to' after marry. Don't say 'I wanted to marry to him'.

3. 'get married'

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.

Lisa and Kunal are getting married next month.
My parents want me to get married and settle down.

Marry is sometimes used without an object, but this is a literary or old-fashioned use.

Jane swore that she would never marry.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.married - a person who is married; "we invited several young marrieds"
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
Adj.1.married - joined in matrimonymarried - joined in matrimony; "a married man"; "a married couple"
mated - mated sexually
unmarried, single - not married or related to the unmarried state; "unmarried men and women"; "unmarried life"; "sex and the single girl"; "single parenthood"; "are you married or single?"
2.married - of or relating to the state of marriagemarried - of or relating to the state of marriage; "marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"

married

adjective
1. wedded, one, united, joined, wed, hitched (slang), spliced (informal) We have been married for 14 years.
2. marital, wifely, husbandly, nuptial, matrimonial, conjugal, spousal, connubial the first ten years of married life

married

adjective
Of, relating to, or typical of marriage:
Translations
مُتَزَوِجٌمُتَزَوِّج، متزوِّجَه
ženatývdaná
gift
naimisissa oleva
oženjen
férjesházasnős
giftur
結婚している
기혼의
nuptauxorátus
vydatáženatý
poročenporočiti se
gift
ได้แต่งงานแล้ว
đã kết hôn

married

[ˈmærɪd]
A. ADJ [person] → casado; [love] → conyugal
married man(hombre m) casado m
married woman(mujer f) casada f
married couplematrimonio m
married lifevida f matrimonial
the married stateel estado matrimonial
twice-marriedcasado por segunda vez or en segundas nupcias
"just married"recién casados
B. CPD married name Nnombre m de casada
married quarters N (Mil) → casa fsing cuartel, residencia fsing para matrimonios

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 nvie f conjugalemarried name nnom m de femme mariée

married

adj man, womanverheiratet (to sb mit jdm); just or newly marriedfrisch vermählt; married coupleEhepaar nt; married lifedas Eheleben; he/she is a married man/womaner/sie ist verheiratet

married

:
married name
nEhename m
married quarters
plUnterkünfte plfür Eheleute

married

[ˈmærɪd] adj (person) → sposato/a; (life, love) → coniugale, matrimoniale; (name) → da sposata

marry

(ˈmӕri) verb
1. to take (a person) as one's husband or wife. John married my sister; They married in church.
2. (of a clergyman etc) to perform the ceremony of marriage between (two people). The priest married them.
3. to give (a son or daughter) as a husband or wife. He married his son to a rich woman.
ˈmarried adjective
She has two married daughters.

married

مُتَزَوِجٌ ženatý gift verheiratet παντρεμένος casado naimisissa oleva marié oženjen coniugato 結婚している 기혼의 getrouwd gift żonaty casado женатый gift ได้แต่งงานแล้ว evli đã kết hôn 已婚的

married

a. casado-a;
___ couplematrimonio;
___ lifevida conyugal, vida matrimonial.

married

adj casado; Are you married?..¿Está casado?
References in classic literature ?
I am not sure, but I think it was because his son, Laurie's father, married an Italian lady, a musician, which displeased the old man, who is very proud.
In the fall after the beginning of her acquaintanceship with him she married Doc- tor Reefy and in the following spring she died.
It was said she had been brutally jilted by her cousin, Rutland Whitney, and that she married this unknown man from the West out of bravado.
She read a letter from her sister, who was away in the East, and who had engaged herself to be married.
I do so wonder, Miss Woodhouse, that you should not be married, or going to be married
That he should be married soon, before (as she imagined) he could be in orders, and consequently before he could be in possession of the living, surprised her a little at first.
Undoubtedly the nicest way to get married is on the sly, and indeed it is at present becoming quite fashionable.
In the first place, you have never been married, I have.
Consider, too, that your daughter Mari-Sancha will not die of grief if we marry her; for I have my suspicions that she is as eager to get a husband as you to get a government; and, after all, a daughter looks better ill married than well whored.
We have judged it best that my niece should be married from this house, of which I hope you will approve.
I could afford to be married now, Hetty--I could make a wife comfortable; but I shall never want to be married if you won't have me.
John Durbeyfield, too, hev had a daughter married this week to a gentleman-farmer; not from John's own house, you know; they was married elsewhere; the gentleman being of that high standing that John's own folk was not considered well-be-doing enough to have any part in it, the bridegroom seeming not to know how't have been discovered that John is a old and ancient nobleman himself by blood, with family skillentons in their own vaults to this day, but done out of his property in the time o' the Romans.