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fi·an·cé

 (fē′än-sā′, fē-än′sā′)
n.
A man to whom one is engaged to be married.

[French, from past participle of fiancer, to betroth, from Old French fiancier, from fiance, trust, from fier, to trust, from Vulgar Latin *fīdāre, from Latin fīdere; see bheidh- in Indo-European roots.]

fiancé

(fɪˈɒnseɪ)
n
a man who is engaged to be married
[C19: from French, from Old French fiancier to promise, betroth, from fiance a vow, from fier to trust, from Latin fīdere]

fi•an•cé

(ˌfi ɑnˈseɪ, fiˈɑn seɪ)

n.
a man engaged to be married; a man to whom a woman is engaged.
[1850–55; < French: betrothed]

fiance

- French for "a promise."
See also related terms for promise.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fiance - a man who is engaged to be marriedfiance - a man who is engaged to be married  
betrothed - the person to whom you are engaged

fiancé

fiancée
noun husband- or wife-to-be, intended, betrothed, prospective spouse, future husband or wife He was intensely attracted to his fiancée.

fiancé

noun
A person to whom one is engaged to be married:
Informal: intended.
Translations
خطيبخَطِيبمَخْطوبَه، خَطيبَه
snoubenecsnoubenka
forlovedeforlovetkæreste
kihlattu / sulhanen
zaručnikvjerenik
vőlegény
unnusti, unnusta
婚約中の男性婚約者
약혼자
zaročenec
fästman
คู่หมั้นชาย
chồng sắp cưới

fiancé

[fɪˈɑ̃ːnseɪ] Nnovio m, prometido m

fiancé

[fiˈɒnseɪ] nfiancé m
He's my fiancé → C'est mon fiancé.

fiancé

nVerlobte(r) m

fiancé

[fiːɑ̃ŋseɪ] nfidanzato

fiancé

(fiasei) , ((American) fi:ənˈsei) feminine fiˈancée noun
a person to whom one is engaged to be married.

fiance

خَطِيب snoubenec forlovede Verlobter μνηστήρας prometido kihlattu / sulhanen fiancé zaručnik fidanzato 婚約中の男性 약혼자 verloofde forlovede narzeczony noivo жених fästman คู่หมั้นชาย nişanlı chồng sắp cưới 未婚夫

fiancé

n prometido, novio
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