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bachelor

Pronunciation: /ˈbætʃələr; ˈbætʃələ(r)/

Translation of bachelor in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1 (single man) soltero (masculine) a confirmed bachelor un soltero empedernido (before noun/delante del nombre) bachelor apartment o (British English/inglés británico) flat apartamento (masculine) de soltero, departamento (masculine) de soltero (Latin America/América Latina) , piso (masculine) de soltero (Spain/España) , bulín (masculine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) the bachelor life la vida de soltero, la soltería
    Example sentences
    • So I figured there would be lots of attractive, hopefully eligible bachelors and bachelorettes around my age.
    • A Bunclody man is officially among Ireland's most eligible bachelors following his selection as an escort in this year's International Rose of Tralee contest.
    • Once a selection of eligible bachelors are chosen, the audience then gets to decide who gets kicked out each week as Lisa dates them every episode.
  • 2 [Univ] licenciado, (masculine, feminine) Bachelor of Arts/Science/Education (degree) licenciatura (feminine) en Filosofía y Letras/en Ciencias/en Educación (person) licenciado, (masculine, feminine) en Filosofía y Letras/en Ciencias/en Educación
    Example sentences
    • A graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in marketing, Roffler has more than 11 years of tire-industry experience.
    • Palmer is a 1997 graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in nursing.
    • I transferred from Vassar to Harvard University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor of arts degree in economics.

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