Definition of 'bride'

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What became clear was just how many brides found it disheartening. The Sun (2013)He was expert at reassuring the apprehensive young bride. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But whether she actually wants to become a royal bride is another matter. The Sun (2013)IT'S not just the bride who is under pressure to look good on the big day. The Sun (2015)Another mystery is what happened to the young bride. The Sun (2009)He couldn't wait much longer to claim his new bride. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Doesn't she know only the bride should wear white? The Sun (2010)EVERY bride dreams of wearing a beautiful wedding dress on her big day. The Sun (2013)While the women were bound "they also sought to struggle free - thereby securing for the bride a new freedom". Lee Harvey Critical Social Research (1990)

Synonyms of 'bride'

wife, newly-wed, marriage partner, spouse

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Translations for 'bride'

British English: bride /braɪd/ NOUN
A bride is a woman who is getting married or who has just got married.
The guests crowded around the bride and groom.
  • American English: bride
  • Arabic: عَروس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: noiva no dia do casamento
  • Chinese: 新娘
  • Croatian: mladenka
  • Czech: nevěsta
  • Danish: brud kvinde
  • Dutch: bruid
  • European Spanish: novia
  • Finnish: morsian
  • French: mariée
  • German: Braut
  • Greek: νύφη γαμήλια τελετή
  • Italian: sposa
  • Japanese: 花嫁
  • Korean: 신부
  • Norwegian: brud
  • Polish: panna młoda
  • European Portuguese: noiva no dia do casamento
  • Romanian: mireasă
  • Russian: невеста
  • Spanish: novia
  • Swedish: brud giftermål
  • Thai: เจ้าสาว
  • Turkish: gelin damadın eşi
  • Ukrainian: наречена
  • Vietnamese: cô dâu


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