Translation of bridesmaid in Spanish:

bridesmaid

Pronunciation: /ˈbraɪdzmeɪd/

n

  • dama (f) de honor; (child) niña que acompaña a la novia always the bridesmaid(, never the bride) siempre la segundona
    More example sentences
    • The bride would be accompanied by several bridesmaids and the groom had one male, the best man, at his side.
    • It is common for couples to have their own children present at their weddings, often as bridesmaids or pageboys.
    • The bridesmaids and flower girl each had a single white lily fixed in their hair, to match the bride's bouquet.

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