Definition of 'wedding'
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Our wedding day was a work of art in itself. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We are planning on making a cash gift to my granddaughter as a wedding present. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our actual wedding day was a nightmare. The Sun (2016)He's forgotten his wedding anniversary and is in the dog house. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their place was taken by the wedding party, he said. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The house in which she and her present husband live was a wedding present to them '. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I ended up missing our second wedding celebration too. The Sun (2017)Tonight, a man is found dead with two wedding rings in his mouth on the very morning he is due to marry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Only football could find its moral basis being deconstructed after a 31-year-old let his hair down at a wedding party at a suburban hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The doting dad also has the extravagant wedding ceremony to think about. The Sun (2008)After the wedding most couples want to get away from their relatives as quickly as they can. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You wait ages for a royal wedding and then two come along at once. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The crowd was unbelievable and the best thing is that it is my wedding anniversary today. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So it would be foolish to major on the wedding when the marriage is what really matters. Christianity Today (2000)Maybe it could be a family wedding present? The Sun (2012)This money will pay for your silver wedding anniversary holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The wedding party were still waiting in the corridor. BomberThey were fighting on the day of the wedding. The Sun (2010)It has really made our wedding feel special and we feel such a connection with the show. The Sun (2011)There are two weddings ahead as the third series ends. The Sun (2007)Her wedding present will be a sparkly crown. The Sun (2011)As he left his office he saw the wedding party again. BomberThey do not want to be themselves on their wedding day. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She certainly knows a thing or two about weddings. The Sun (2015)The couple spent their wedding night with his dad in a sleeping bag on the floor next to their bed. The Sun (2015)There is evidence that couples defer marriage because weddings are too expensive or they prefer to put the money into property. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Indian wedding ceremony will take place. The Sun (2007)We met at his parents' silver wedding party. The Sun (2012)The picture gives a glimpse of the epic two-week wedding celebrations. The Sun (2007)So hiring an elephant for a wedding cost a couple 10,000. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All this time my beautiful, special wedding dress had been kept in a box in our loft. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'wedding'
British English: wedding /ˈwɛdɪŋ/ NOUN
A wedding is a marriage ceremony and the celebration that often takes place afterwards.
Many couples want a big wedding.
- American English: wedding
- Arabic: زِفَاف
- Brazilian Portuguese: casamento
- Chinese: 婚礼
- Croatian: vjenčanje
- Czech: svatba
- Danish: bryllup
- Dutch: bruiloft
- European Spanish: boda
- Finnish: häät
- French: mariage
- German: Hochzeit
- Greek: γάμος τελετή
- Italian: matrimonio
- Japanese: 結婚式
- Korean: 결혼식
- Norwegian: bryllup
- Polish: ślub
- European Portuguese: casamento
- Romanian: nuntă
- Russian: свадьба
- Spanish: boda
- Swedish: bröllop
- Thai: การแต่งงาน
- Turkish: düğün
- Ukrainian: весілля
- Vietnamese: lễ cưới
Definition of wedding from the Collins English Dictionary
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