Translation of married in Spanish:
- [man/woman] casado a married couple un matrimonio the newly married couple los recién casados married life la vida matrimonial or conyugal or de casado married man's allowance (tax) [dated/anticuado] deducción (feminine) por matrimonio married name nombre (masculine) or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) apellido (masculine) de casada married quarters residencias (feminine plural) para familias they are happily married son muy felices en su matrimonio they have been married for two years llevan dos años casados, hace dos años que se casaron he's married es or (especially Spain/especialmente España) está casado he's married to one of my cousins está casado con una prima mía she's married to her work no vive más que para su trabajo to get married (to sb) casarse (con algn) they got married in church se casaron por la iglesia or (Bolivia) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) (Peru/Perú) por iglesiaExample sentences
- He lives behind his wife and a married daughter.
- The objector said spouse is a term widely recognized in Georgia as applying only to one's legally married husband or wife.
- The wives of married troops were also commonly involved with other soldiers, civilians or slave labourers.
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