Definición de alimony en inglés:

alimony

Saltos de línea: ali|mony
Pronunciación: /ˈalɪməni
 
/

sustantivo

[mass noun] chiefly North American
  • A husband’s (or wife’s) provision for a spouse after separation or divorce; maintenance: he is said to have paid $300,000 alimony to his first wife
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • However, the ecclesiastical courts could order a husband to pay alimony to a wife seeking a separation from him.
    • The Palestine Order of Council defined matters of personal status to include such matters as marriage, divorce, alimony, maintenance, guardianship, successions, wills.
    • In this case, as it appears that there is a substantial question of domicile to be decided, and as it cannot be determined for several months, the wife is entitled to alimony.
    Sinónimos
    financial support, maintenance, support, provision, allowance, keep, upkeep, sustenance, livelihood, subsistence, living expenses; child support; Scottish aliment

Origen

early 17th century (in the sense 'nourishment, means of subsistence'): from Latin alimonia 'nutriment', from alere 'nourish'.

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