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prenuptial
American English: /priˈnəpʃəl/
British English: /priːˈnʌpʃ(ə)l/

Translation of prenuptial in Spanish:

adjective

  • (courtship)
    prenupcial
    Example sentences
    • The accusations could involve prenuptial relations, bridal pregnancy, adultery and severe maltreatment of wives and husbands also.
    • The wedding couples get head-to-toe prenuptial treatment and a special honeymoon package.
    • Of course, their road to wedded bliss has been blocked with minor annoyances - criticisms of the May-December romance, prenuptial madness, new babies, etc.

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