Translation of married in Spanish:
- (man/woman)a married couplethe newly married couple married lifeun matrimoniomarried man's allowance (tax) [dated]la vida matrimonial or conyugal or de casadomarried namededucción (feminine) por matrimoniomarried quartersnombre (masculine) or (in Latin America also) apellido (masculine) de casadathey are happily marriedresidencias (feminine plural) para familiasthey have been married for two yearsson muy felices en su matrimoniohe's marriedllevan dos años casadoshace dos años que se casaronhe's married to one of my cousinses or (especially Spain) está casadoshe's married to her workestá casado con una prima míato get married (to somebody)no vive más que para su trabajothey got married in churchcasarse (con alguien)se casaron por la iglesia or (Bolivia) (Southern Cone) (Peru) por iglesiaExample sentences
- He lives behind his wife and a married daughter.
- The objector said spouse is a term widely recognized in Georgia as applying only to one's legally married husband or wife.
- The wives of married troops were also commonly involved with other soldiers, civilians or slave labourers.
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