There are 2 main translations of casado in English:

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casado 1

also: feminine: casada

adjetivo

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There are 2 main translations of casado in English:

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casado 2
also: feminine: casada

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • (masculino)
    married man
    (femenino)
    married woman
    los recién casados
    the newlyweds
    ¿qué tal te sienta la vida de casada?
    how do you like married life?
    el casado casa quiere
    married people need a home of their own
Example sentences
  • Régula les recordó que los casados deben vivir aparte.
  • Stefano Accorsi y Giovanna Mezzogiorno son la pareja de casados al borde del divorcio.
  • Así llegaron a los siete, ocho y nueve años de casados.

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