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fiancée (fɪˈɒnseɪ Pronunciation for fiancée

Definitions

noun

  1. a woman who is engaged to be married

Translations for 'fiancée'

  • British English: fiancéePronunciation for fiancée A man's fiancée is the woman he has agreed to marry.fɪˈɒnseɪ NOUN
  • Arabic: خَطِيبَةPronunciation for خَطِيبَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: noivaPronunciation for noiva
  • Chinese: 未婚妻Pronunciation for 未婚妻
  • Croatian: zaručnicaPronunciation for zaručnica
  • Czech: snoubenkaPronunciation for snoubenka
  • Danish: forlovedePronunciation for forlovede
  • Dutch: verloofdePronunciation for verloofde
  • European Spanish: prometidaPronunciation for prometida
  • Finnish: kihlattu / morsianPronunciation for kihlattu / morsian
  • French: fiancéePronunciation for fiancée
  • German: VerlobtePronunciation for Verlobte Verlobte
  • Greek: μνηστήPronunciation for μνηστή
  • Italian: fidanzataPronunciation for fidanzata
  • Japanese: 婚約中の女性Pronunciation for 婚約中の女性
  • Korean: 약혼녀Pronunciation for 약혼녀
  • Norwegian: forlovedePronunciation for forlovede
  • Polish: narzeczonaPronunciation for narzeczona
  • Portuguese: noivaPronunciation for noiva
  • Romanian: logodnică logodnice
  • Russian: невестаPronunciation for невеста
  • Spanish: prometidaPronunciation for prometida
  • Swedish: fästmöPronunciation for fästmö
  • Thai: คู่หมั้นหญิงPronunciation for คู่หมั้นหญิง
  • Turkish: nişanlıPronunciation for nişanlıkadın
  • Ukrainian: наречена
  • Vietnamese: vợ sắp cướiPronunciation for vợ sắp cưới

Example Sentences Including 'fiancée'

Anthony (right) and fiancée Lucy are still in the dark about the baby's sex - but will know for sure by Christmas.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
Decorators had been known to kill for less, and even a fiancée might take it ill.
Smith, Evelyn E Miss Melville Regrets
He retreated inside and the youths began smashing up a Toyota car belonging to his fiancée , causing nearly E5,000 damage.
Irish Times (2002)
He said: "In the past Nora, my fiancée , inspired a lot of the songs about love.
NME (New Musical Express) (2003)
His fiancée , Julie Hughes, vowed that she will not stop in her pursuit of justice.
Belfast Telegraph (2005)
Then he said, `Clive Elton was met at the airport by his fiancée.
Wright, Eric A Body Surrounded by Water
Underneath, he wore a tee-shirt embossed with a scan of the baby his fiancée Sue is expecting today.
Irish Times (2002)
With an effort, Joe dragged his attention away from his fiancée again.
Alexandra Connor THE TURN OF THE TIDE (2004)
With me exchanging vows for the third time and my fiancée for the fourth, we're very worried about the ceremony.
Isabel Wolff RESCUING ROSE (2002)

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