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bride
American English: /braɪd/
British English: /brʌɪd/

Translation of bride in Spanish:

noun

  • novia (feminine)
    the bride and bridegroom
    los novios
    (after ceremony)
    los novios
    a bride of Christ
    una esposa de Cristo
    Example sentences
    • How do I prevent the all too familiar pre-wedding bloating experienced by so many brides on their wedding day?
    • Now there's a girl who knows how to dress for an event without stealing the bride's thunder.
    • The chair is for the bride to sit and the groom to remove the bride's garter from her leg.

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