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wed

 (wĕd)
v. wed·ded, wed or wed·ded, wed·ding, weds
v.tr.
1. To take as a spouse; marry.
2. To perform the marriage ceremony for; join in matrimony.
3. To unite closely: a style that weds form and function.
4. To cause to adhere devotedly or stubbornly: He was wedded to the idea of building a new school.
v.intr.
To take a spouse; marry.

[Middle English wedden, from Old English weddian.]

wed

(wɛd)
vb, weds, wedding, wedded or wed
1. to take (a person) as a husband or wife; marry
2. (tr) to join (two people) in matrimony
3. (tr) to unite closely
[Old English weddian; related to Old Frisian weddia, Old Norse vethja, Gothic wadi pledge]

wed

(wɛd)

v. wed•ded wed, wed•ding. v.t.
1. to marry (another person) in a formal ceremony; take as one's husband or wife.
2. to unite (a couple) in marriage or wedlock; marry.
3. to bind; attach firmly: to wed oneself to the cause of the poor.
4. to blend; unite.
v.i.
5. to contract marriage; marry.
6. to become united or to blend.
[before 900; Middle English wedden, Old English weddian to pledge, c. Old Frisian weddia, Old High German wettōn, Old Norse vethja to pledge, Gothic gawadjōn to espouse]

we'd

(wid)
contraction of we had, we should, or we would.

Wed.

Wednesday.

wed


Past participle: wed/wedded
Gerund: wedding

Imperative
wed
wed
Present
I wed
you wed
he/she/it weds
we wed
you wed
they wed
Preterite
I wed/wedded
you wed/wedded
he/she/it wed/wedded
we wed/wedded
you wed/wedded
they wed/wedded
Present Continuous
I am wedding
you are wedding
he/she/it is wedding
we are wedding
you are wedding
they are wedding
Present Perfect
I have wed/wedded
you have wed/wedded
he/she/it has wed/wedded
we have wed/wedded
you have wed/wedded
they have wed/wedded
Past Continuous
I was wedding
you were wedding
he/she/it was wedding
we were wedding
you were wedding
they were wedding
Past Perfect
I had wed/wedded
you had wed/wedded
he/she/it had wed/wedded
we had wed/wedded
you had wed/wedded
they had wed/wedded
Future
I will wed
you will wed
he/she/it will wed
we will wed
you will wed
they will wed
Future Perfect
I will have wed/wedded
you will have wed/wedded
he/she/it will have wed/wedded
we will have wed/wedded
you will have wed/wedded
they will have wed/wedded
Future Continuous
I will be wedding
you will be wedding
he/she/it will be wedding
we will be wedding
you will be wedding
they will be wedding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been wedding
you have been wedding
he/she/it has been wedding
we have been wedding
you have been wedding
they have been wedding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been wedding
you will have been wedding
he/she/it will have been wedding
we will have been wedding
you will have been wedding
they will have been wedding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been wedding
you had been wedding
he/she/it had been wedding
we had been wedding
you had been wedding
they had been wedding
Conditional
I would wed
you would wed
he/she/it would wed
we would wed
you would wed
they would wed
Past Conditional
I would have wed/wedded
you would have wed/wedded
he/she/it would have wed/wedded
we would have wed/wedded
you would have wed/wedded
they would have wed/wedded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wed - the fourth day of the weekWed - the fourth day of the week; the third working day
weekday - any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
Verb1.wed - take in marriagewed - take in marriage      
unite, unify - act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
inmarry - marry within one's own tribe or group; "The inhabitants of this isolated village tend to inmarry"
mismarry - marry an unsuitable partner
marry, splice, wed, tie - perform a marriage ceremony; "The minister married us on Saturday"; "We were wed the following week"; "The couple got spliced on Hawaii"
wive - marry a woman, take a wife
wive - take (someone) as a wife
intermarry - marry within the same ethnic, social, or family group
remarry - marry, not for the first time; "After her divorce, she remarried her high school sweetheart"
2.wed - perform a marriage ceremonywed - perform a marriage ceremony; "The minister married us on Saturday"; "We were wed the following week"; "The couple got spliced on Hawaii"
officiate - act in an official capacity in a ceremony or religious ritual, such as a wedding; "Who officiated at your wedding?"
solemnise, solemnize - perform (the wedding ceremony) with proper ceremonies
Adj.1.wed - having been taken in marriagewed - having been taken in marriage  
married - joined in matrimony; "a married man"; "a married couple"

wed

verb
1. get married to, espouse, get hitched to (slang), be united to, plight your troth to (old-fashioned), get spliced to (informal), take as your husband or wife In 1952 he wed his childhood sweetheart.
get married to divorce, separate from, part from, split up from
2. get married, marry, be united, tie the knot (informal), take the plunge (informal), get hitched (slang), get spliced (informal), become man and wife, plight your troth (old-fashioned) The pair wed in a secret ceremony in front of just nine guests.
get married part, split (up), divorce, break up
3. unite, combine, bring together, amalgamate, join, link, marry, ally, connect, blend, integrate, merge, unify, make one, fuse, weld, interweave, yoke, coalesce, commingle a film which weds stunning visuals and a first-class score
unite split (up), divide, sever, disunite

wed

verb
1. To join or be joined in marriage:
Slang: hitch.
Idiom: tie the knot.
2. To bring or come together into a united whole:
Translations
يَتَزَوَّج
gifte sig
casarse (con)
avioituaavioliittomennä naimisiinnaidaottaa
házasodik
gifta
めとる結婚する
apprecētapprecētiessalaulātsalaulāties
oženiť sa
evlen mek

wed

[wed] (frm)
A. VT to wed sb [bride, bridegroom] → desposarse con algn, casarse con algn; [priest] → desposar a algn, casar a algn
B. VI (o.f.) → desposarse, casarse

wed

[ˈwɛd]
vt [wedded] (pt, pp) → épouser
vi [wed] (pt, pp) → se marier
n
the newly-weds → les jeunes mariés

Wed

abbr of WednesdayMittw.

wed

(old) pret, ptp <wed or wedded>
visich vermählen (form), → heiraten
vt
(bride, bridegroom) → ehelichen (form), → sich vermählen mit (form); (priest) → vermählen (form), → trauen
(fig: = combine) → paaren; his ability wedded to her money should make the business a successmit seinen Fähigkeiten und ihrem Geld müsste das Geschäft eigentlich ein Erfolg werden
(fig) to be wedded to something (= devoted)mit etw verheiratet sein; he’s wedded to the view that …er ist felsenfest der Ansicht, dass …

wed

[wɛd]
1. vtsposare
to be wedded to one's job/an idea → essere consacrato/a al proprio lavoro/a un'idea
2. visposarsi
3. n the newly-wedsgli sposi novelli

wed

(wed) past tense, past participles ˈwedded, ~wed verb
to marry.
ˈwedding noun
a marriage ceremony. The wedding will take place on Saturday; (also adjective) a wedding-cake; her wedding-day; a wedding-ring.