Definition of 'marriage certificate'
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None of them could very well argue with a marriage certificate ! NOBLE BEGINNNINGSI opened out their marriage certificate to see the date of their wedding; it was seven months before Sara was born. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990This was written, with the date, on the back of it where their marriage certificate was attached. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990
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Translations for 'marriage certificate'
British English: marriage certificate /ˈmærɪdʒ səˈtɪfɪkət/ NOUN
A marriage certificate is a legal document that proves two people are married.
- American English: marriage certificate
- Arabic: عَقْدُ الْزَوَاجِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: certidão de casamento
- Chinese: 结婚证书
- Croatian: vjenčani list
- Czech: oddací list
- Danish: vielsesattest
- Dutch: huwelijksakte
- European Spanish: certificado de matrimonio
- Finnish: avioliittotodistus
- French: acte de mariage
- German: Heiratsurkunde
- Greek: πιστοποιητικό γάμου
- Italian: certificato di matrimonio
- Japanese: 結婚証明書
- Korean: 결혼 증명서
- Norwegian: vielsesattest
- Polish: akt małżeństwa
- European Portuguese: certidão de casamento
- Romanian: certificat de căsătorie
- Russian: свидетельство о браке
- Spanish: certificado de matrimonio
- Swedish: vigselbevis
- Thai: ใบทะเบียนสมรส
- Turkish: evlilik cüzdanı
- Ukrainian: свідоцтво про шлюб
- Vietnamese: giấy đăng ký kết hôn
Definition of marriage certificate from the Collins English Dictionary
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