Definition of 'marry'

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Example sentences containing 'marry'

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Would you like to get married again? The Sun (2017)My partner said we would marry legally. The Sun (2017)Be firm and tell your father that you will not marry until you meet the right person. The Sun (2016)At the time he was divorcing his wife to whom he had been married for less than three years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While still married to Rocky he gushed about his cougar bride. The Sun (2016)I also got down on one knee and asked her to marry me again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was to marry again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)People around me who get divorced want to get married again. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The couple shared similar goals and both had parents who married young. The Sun (2014)They would have been important as we were married less than six years. The Sun (2006)How can you think of getting married and cheating? The Sun (2010)They married after two years and have a son together. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pull yourself together and marry one of them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was married twice and is survived by two daughters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Do both of you still want to marry? Times, Sunday Times (2006)We had been legally married for six years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We got on at first but all that changed when we married. The Sun (2016)His mum married again and lost touch with my wife and me. The Sun (2010)In all the days they were married my parents had not spent a day apart. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They had been married less than three weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He hopes to find a house and get married in the next two years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most young people live together before getting married. Times, Sunday Times (2014)


Synonyms of 'marry'

tie the knot, wed, take the plunge, walk down the aisle
wed, espouse, wive, take to wife

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Translations for 'marry'

British English: marry /ˈmærɪ/ VERB
When two people get married or marry, they become each other's husband and wife during a special ceremony.
They just got married.
He wants to marry her.
  • American English: marry
  • Arabic: يَتَزَوَّجُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: casar
  • Chinese: 嫁娶
  • Croatian: vjenčati se
  • Czech: oženit (se)
  • Danish: gifte (sig)
  • Dutch: trouwen
  • European Spanish: casarse
  • Finnish: mennä naimisiin
  • French: se marier
  • German: heiraten
  • Greek: παντρεύομαι
  • Italian: sposare
  • Japanese: 結婚する
  • Korean: 결혼하다
  • Norwegian: gifte (seg)
  • Polish: poślubić
  • European Portuguese: casar
  • Romanian: a se căsători
  • Russian: жениться
  • Spanish: casarse
  • Swedish: gifta (sig) med
  • Thai: แต่งงาน
  • Turkish: evlenmek
  • Ukrainian: одружуватися
  • Vietnamese: cưới


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