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get (or be) spliced

Definition of get or be spliced in English:

British informal Get married.
Example sentences
  • And as soon as she was spliced, she hopped back on to the machine, with new husband Christopher Manners, to ride off to their reception.
get married, marry, wed, get wed, become man/husband and wife, plight one's troth
informal tie the knot, get hitched, get yoked, take the plunge, say ‘I do’
archaic become espoused
See parent entry: splice

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