Definition of 'marital'
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It is not difficult to see this practice being expanded to include advice on marital problems and shyness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The stresses did not just come from marital problems. The Sun (2012)Relatives told investigators that the couple did not have a history of marital problems. Times, Sunday Times (2006)One night he woke up to find the marital bed deserted. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our marital problems began shortly after the death of my father. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Mum was upset but they had always had marital problems. The Sun (2009)Because tangled up in the shame of leaving the marital bed is the shame in snoring itself. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Marital problems rarely get sorted when you stop sharing the same bed. The Sun (2008)He also had access to the account where she had deposited the proceeds of the sale of her former marital home. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Gender and marital status become significant. Christianity Today (2000)My modestly earning nephew is divorcing and cannot buy his spouse's share of the marital home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For some, there was the agony of uncertainty about marital fidelity at home. A Channel of Peace (1993)Because his marital status was unclear, social workers told him that he was ineligible for a subsidised flat. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One in 20 changed their marital status to appeal to employers and five per cent falsely claimed to play golf. The Sun (2012)Getting divorced was bad enough but having to sell the marital home that I loved was the worst. The Sun (2015)
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In Common Usage. marital is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'marital'
British English: marital ADJECTIVE
Marital is used to describe things relating to marriage.
They were keen to make their marital home in the city.
Definition of marital from the Collins English Dictionary
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