Definition of 'fiancé'
Example sentences containing 'fiance'
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Suggest to your daughter and her fiancé that a different tack may help. The Sun (2006)If my fiancé heard you say that! The Sun (2012)First her fiancé rang to say there was trouble on the streets. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My daughter 's fiancé tried to restrain her and she mouthed off at him. The Sun (2014)It must be most painful for your fiancé's daughter. The Sun (2015)My fiancé says he will cut them off, but it seems a lot to ask. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My fiancé says he doesn't have the time or energy to entertain her need for drama. The Sun (2010)I stumbled through the arrangements with the help of my daughter and her fiancé. The Sun (2015)Earlier, she had learnt from a magazine that her fiancé had a daughter he had neglected to tell her about. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My fiancé has two daughters. The Sun (2012)MY fiancé died two months ago. The Sun (2010)We drove to our pastor's house where my new fiancé had lots of people waiting to surprise me with an engagement party. Christianity Today (2000)A young mother has won her fight to prove that her fiancé fathered her daughter before he was killed in Afghanistan. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She has managed to get all our mutual friends on her side and also turned my fiancé's 15-year-old daughter against us. The Sun (2015)My fiancé says it is better if he looks after them but I don't want all that responsibility. The Sun (2011)
Translations for 'fiancé'
British English: fiancé /fɪˈɒnseɪ/ NOUN
A woman's fiancé is the man she has agreed to marry.
- American English: fiancé
- Arabic: خَطِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: noivo
- Chinese: 未婚夫
- Croatian: zaručnik
- Czech: snoubenec
- Danish: forlovede
- Dutch: verloofde
- European Spanish: prometido
- Finnish: kihlattu / sulhanen
- French: fiancé
- German: Verlobter
- Greek: μνηστήρας
- Italian: fidanzato
- Japanese: 婚約中の男性
- Korean: 약혼자
- Norwegian: forlovede
- Polish: narzeczony
- European Portuguese: noivo
- Romanian: logodnic
- Russian: жених
- Spanish: prometido
- Swedish: fästman
- Thai: คู่หมั้นชาย
- Turkish: nişanlı erkek
- Ukrainian: наречений
- Vietnamese: chồng sắp cưới
Definition of fiancé from the Collins English Dictionary
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