Definition of 'bridegroom'
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We and he are transformed from debtor and creditor into bride and bridegroom. Christianity Today (2000)The consent of both bride and bridegroom is required. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The rain drove into the bride and bridegroom's faces as they passed to the chariot. Vanity Fair (1837)He was talking of the bride and bridegroom, whose appearance was being waited for. Daniel Deronda (1876)The bride and bridegroom, for instance, love each other very dearly. The Happy Prince and Other Tales (1888)
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British English: bridegroom /ˈbraɪdˌɡruːm; -ˌɡrʊm/ NOUN
A bridegroom is a man who is getting married.
- American English: bridegroom
- Arabic: عَريس
- Brazilian Portuguese: noivo no dia do casamento
- Chinese: 新郎
- Croatian: mladoženja
- Czech: ženich
- Danish: brudgom
- Dutch: bruidegom
- European Spanish: novio
- Finnish: sulhanen
- French: marié
- German: Bräutigam
- Greek: γαμπρός γαμήλια τελετή
- Italian: sposo
- Japanese: 花婿
- Korean: 신랑
- Norwegian: brudgom
- Polish: pan młody
- European Portuguese: noivo no dia do casamento
- Romanian: mire
- Russian: жених
- Spanish: novio
- Swedish: brudgum
- Thai: เจ้าบ่าว
- Turkish: damat gelinin kocası
- Ukrainian: наречений
- Vietnamese: chú rể
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