Definition of 'divorced'
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Example sentences containing 'divorced'
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The official line was that my mother and father were divorced. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His wife divorced him and wrote a book about the saga. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My parents divorced nearly 50 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They divorced two years after I was born. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I'd say we were happily divorced. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Translations for 'divorced'
British English: divorced /dɪˈvɔːst/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is divorced from their former husband or wife has separated from them and is no longer legally married to them.
She is now divorced from him.
- American English: divorced
- Arabic: مُطَلَّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: divorciado
- Chinese: 离婚的
- Croatian: razveden
- Czech: rozvedený
- Danish: skilt
- Dutch: gescheiden huwelijk
- European Spanish: divorciado
- Finnish: eronnut
- French: divorcé
- German: geschieden
- Greek: διαζευγμένος
- Italian: divorziato
- Japanese: 離婚した
- Korean: 이혼한
- Norwegian: skilt
- Polish: rozwiedziony
- European Portuguese: divorciado
- Romanian: divorțat
- Russian: разведенный
- Spanish: divorciado
- Swedish: frånskild
- Thai: ซึ่งหย่าแล้ว
- Turkish: boşanmış
- Ukrainian: розлучений
- Vietnamese: đã ly dị
Definition of divorced from the Collins English Dictionary
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