Definition of 'girlfriend'
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And the woman playing the girlfriend is my wife in real life! The Sun (2014)His girlfriend was pregnant and he wanted no part of it. Christianity Today (2000)Being the wife or girlfriend of a footballer has long been a career choice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We went for a drink and he told me he had a new girlfriend. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was having to get married as his girlfriend was pregnant. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now he has a new girlfriend who is younger and prettier than me. The Sun (2011)Odd for a man with a girlfriend half his age. The Sun (2013)His new girlfriend just called from his mobile and told me to leave him alone. The Sun (2014)I'M so wildly jealous that my girlfriend says she has to turn her feelings off like a light switch to protect herself. The Sun (2014)My new girlfriend says she's taking me for a ride. The Sun (2013)But my girlfriend says her daughter didn't meet the others. The Sun (2006)And police confirmed that one of those wounded in the shop is the girlfriend of a man already in custody over that incident. The Sun (2013)I often know what girlfriends have been thinking. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I can spot a woman without girlfriends at a hundred paces. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She works with my girlfriend and often came back to our place after work, sometimes staying the night. The Sun (2007)He denied he had a girlfriend but a woman rang and I knew he was lying to me. The Sun (2008)My girlfriend often complains and I am worried she will leave me or cheat on me with another man. The Sun (2011)The Prince seemed keen to show the world just how he felt about his long-term girlfriend. The Sun (2007)Around the same time, my long-term girlfriend dumped me. The Sun (2013)He says he doesn't want to meet me and often stops my girlfriend going out, claiming some crisis or other. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'girlfriend'
British English: girlfriend /ˈɡɜːlˌfrɛnd/ NOUN
Someone's girlfriend is a girl or woman with whom they are having a romantic relationship.
He has been going out with his girlfriend for seven months.
- American English: girlfriend
- Arabic: صَدِيقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: namorada
- Chinese: 女朋友
- Croatian: djevojka cura
- Czech: přítelkyně
- Danish: kæreste
- Dutch: vriendin
- European Spanish: amiga
- Finnish: tyttöystävä
- French: copine
- German: Freundin
- Greek: φιλενάδα
- Italian: fidanzata
- Japanese: ガールフレンド
- Korean: 여자친구
- Norwegian: kjæreste
- Polish: przyjaciółka
- European Portuguese: namorada
- Romanian: iubită
- Russian: возлюбленная
- Spanish: novia
- Swedish: flickvän
- Thai: เพื่อนผู้หญิง
- Turkish: kız arkadaş
- Ukrainian: подруга
- Vietnamese: bạn gái
Definition of girlfriend from the Collins English Dictionary
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