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mar·i·tal

 (măr′ĭ-tl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to marriage: marital status; marital problems.
2. Archaic Of or relating to a husband.

[Latin marītālis, from marītus, married.]

mar′i·tal·ly adv.
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marital

(ˈmærɪtəl)
adj
1. of or relating to marriage: marital status.
2. of or relating to a husband
[C17: from Latin marītālis, from marītus married (adj), husband (n); related to mās male]
ˈmaritally adv
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mar•i•tal

(ˈmær ɪ tl)
adj.
1. of or pertaining to marriage: marital vows.
2. of or pertaining to a husband.
[1595–1605; < Latin marītālis of married people, derivative of marītus of marriage]
mar′i•tal•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.marital - of or relating to the state of marriagemarital - of or relating to the state of marriage; "marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"
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marital

adjective matrimonial, married, wedded, nuptial, conjugal, spousal, connubial She wanted to make her marital home in the city.
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marital

adjective
Of, relating to, or typical of marriage:
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Translations
زَوْجي
manželský
hjúskapar-, hjónabands-
šeimyninė padėtis
laulības-
evliliğe ait

marital

[ˈmærɪtl]
A. ADJ [home, bliss] → conyugal; [problems] → matrimonial, conyugal
the marital bedel lecho conyugal
B. CPD marital counselling Norientación f sobre problemas matrimoniales
marital rape Nviolación f dentro del matrimonio
marital status Nestado m civil
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marital

[ˈmærɪtəl] adj [problem] → matrimonial(e); [home] → matrimonial(e)marital status nsituation f familiale
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marital

adjehelich

marital

:
marital bed
nEhebett nt
marital bliss
nEheglück nt; they lived together in maritalsie genossen ein glückliches Eheleben
marital rape
nVergewaltigung fin der Ehe
marital status
marital vows
plEhegelübde nt
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marital

[ˈmærɪtl] adjconiugale, maritale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

marital

(ˈmӕritl) adjective
of marriage. marital relations (= the relationship between a married couple).
ˌmarital ˈstatus noun
(used especially on official forms to ask if a person is married, divorced, widowed or single).
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marital

a. matrimonial, marital;
___ relationsrelaciones ___ -es.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

marital

adj matrimonial; — problems problemas matrimoniales
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Mr Verloc loved his wife as a wife should be loved - that is, maritally, with the regard one has for one's chief possession.
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It's a good thing too, because any amount of my happily married friends have tied the knot in what are -- according to the survey -- the 'maritally unsuccessful months' of June, July and August.
Older families and maritally stable families should be less likely to encounter financial distress, while families that have historically faced discrimination in lending markets, are younger, or in poor health may be more likely to encounter financial distress.
Attributing negative intent to wife behavior: the attributions of maritally violent versus nonviolent men.
The patients were categorised according to the total score of 48 as a cut-off point so as to distinguish the maritally distressed (RDAS < 48) from the non-distressed ones (RDAS [greater than or equal to] 48).
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