Definition of bashert in English:

bashert

Line breaks: ba|shert
Pronunciation: /baˈʃəːt
 
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noun

(In Jewish use) a person’s soulmate, especially when considered as an ideal or predestined marriage partner: come and find your bashert at our Jewish singles events! she hasn’t met her bashert yet
More example sentences
  • Jack is, Emilia believes, her bashert - a Yiddish term, that means, essentially, her ‘intended’.
  • It's basically about xx couples or people (now on their own) who found their bashert before/during the war, and managed to find them again later.
  • I felt a sense of obligation, like maybe I'm denying my bashert.

Origin

Yiddish, 'fate, destiny'.

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