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fiancé
American English: /ˌfiˌɑnˈseɪ/
, /fiˈɑnseɪ/
British English: /fɪˈɒnseɪ/
, /fɪˈɑːnseɪ/, /fɪˈɒ̃seɪ/

Translation of fiancé in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • According to one Kurdish group that searches for missing people, some women consider themselves still engaged to fiancés who vanished decades ago, while many married women cannot accept they have become widows.
    • She had no supporting witnesses other than her fiancé, whom she has known for only seven months.
    • Even my fiancé, whom I met in a pub, turns out to resigned from the Young Socialists over Vietnam.

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