Definition of 'married'
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She spent most of her early married life avoiding her husband. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is due to get married and she has gone back to working in the music industry. The Sun (2016)The married couple got him a place in another rehab house a mile away. The Sun (2016)You have set your sights on a married man and that brings its own problems. The Sun (2016)He forgave me and said we should get married straight away. The Sun (2017)And it's astounding how often the new wife looks a lot like the old wife did when they first got married. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A married father rather than a globe-trotting megastar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But it is probably not what she envisaged her married life to be. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The secret is perhaps one that will be familiar to many a married couple. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The married father of three says he finds time in his busy schedule to play village cricket. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They lead the kind of lives that young married couples of their age lead. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She forgets she is married half the time. The Sun (2008)Who will be the first to get married? The Sun (2011)Look what happened the last time a married woman was on board with her spouse. The Sun (2013)He wants to get married but first he needs his own roof over his head. Times, Sunday Times (2012)BRITAIN'S most married man is getting divorced again after he was caught cheating on his eighth wife. The Sun (2015)Many old married couples have a tale of how a petty disagreement led to a lifetime of happiness and agreement. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It seems to be more common than not that a young wife finds herself married to a man who resembles an adolescent. Christianity Today (2000)Her book purports to be a nobleman's account of his love affair with a married woman. Words Of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath (2006)We've been out loads in our married life. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What about my married woman? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or agreeing to get married. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'married'
British English: married /ˈmærɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are married, you have a husband or wife.
We have been married for fourteen years.
- American English: married
- Arabic: مُتَزَوِجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: casado
- Chinese: 已婚的
- Croatian: oženjen
- Czech: ženatý
- Danish: gift
- Dutch: getrouwd
- European Spanish: casado
- Finnish: naimisissa oleva
- French: marié
- German: verheiratet
- Greek: παντρεμένος
- Italian: coniugato
- Japanese: 結婚している
- Korean: 기혼의
- Norwegian: gift
- Polish: żonaty
- European Portuguese: casado
- Romanian: căsătorit
- Russian: женатый
- Spanish: casado
- Swedish: gift lever i äktenskap
- Thai: ได้แต่งงานแล้ว
- Turkish: evli
- Ukrainian: одружений
- Vietnamese: đã kết hôn
Definition of married from the Collins English Dictionary
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