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bachelorette
American English: /ˌbætʃ(ə)ləˈrɛt/
British English: /batʃələˈrɛt/

Translation of bachelorette in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    soltera (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • So I figured there would be lots of attractive, hopefully eligible bachelors and bachelorettes around my age.
    • I'm still going to check out a couple of the other bachelorettes from my Craigslist ad, though.
    • In your heart of hearts, you know you don't really care whether what's-his-name gets kicked off the island, or fired, or wins the bachelorette or whatever.

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