Translation of wedding in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈwedɪŋ/


  • 1.1 (ceremony) boda (f), casamiento (m), matrimonio (m) (South America except River Plate area/América del Sur excepto Río de la Plata) to have a church/civil o (British English/inglés británico) registry-office wedding casarse por la iglesia or (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) por iglesia/por lo civil or (Per, RPl, Ven) por civil or (Chile, Mexico/Chile, México) por el civil (before noun/delante del nombre) wedding anniversary aniversario (masculine) de boda ( or casamiento etc) I can hear wedding bells ringing me huele a boda ( or a casamiento etc) or a casorio [colloquial, humorous/familiar, humorístico] wedding breakfast banquete (masculine) nupcial wedding cake tarta (f) or pastel (m) de boda, torta (f) de matrimonio or de novios (South America except Southern Cone/América del Sur excepto Cono Sur) , torta (feminine) de casamiento (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) or (Chile) de novia on their wedding day el día de su boda ( or casamiento etc) wedding dress vestido (m) or traje (m) de novia wedding invitation invitación (feminine) de boda or (Latin America/América Latina) matrimonio wedding list lista (feminine) de boda wedding march marcha (feminine) nupcial wedding night noche (feminine) de bodas wedding party invitados (masculine plural) a la boda or (Latin America/América Latina) al matrimonio wedding present regalo (masculine) de boda ( or casamiento etc) wedding reception banquete (m) de bodas, fiesta (f) de matrimonio (Chile) wedding ring alianza (f), anillo (m) de boda, argolla (f) (de matrimonio) (Chile)
    More example sentences
    • It is consumed almost exclusively by men in the evening or at celebrations such as weddings.
    • Dance is an essential part of many celebrations such as weddings and coronations.
    • There are two big celebrity weddings looming - and both of them on the same day.
    1.2 (anniversary) silver/golden wedding bodas (feminine plural) de plata/oro

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