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Verb(1) take in marriage(2) perform a marriage ceremony
(1) The parents marry her off, very likely without her informed consent.(2) Eric asked me to marry him(3) Joanne's family have spoken of the ├ö├ç├┐deep bond of love├ö├ç├û between the two, who plan to marry in Mexico next year.(4) Ann told Morris she wanted to leave her husband, marry him, and move to America.(5) It is that freedom which entitles churches not to marry any couples if to do so would offend their beliefs.(6) they had no plans to marry(7) Unlay the ends to be joined. Go back three or more complete turns. Now marry the loosened strands.(8) She stopped believing in astrology after an astrologer advised her parents to marry her off saying she did not have any potential for a career.(9) So on the album I was attempting to marry lots of different music styles together.(10) She divorced her second husband in order to marry Edward VIII.(11) I, like many Indo-Trinidadian men, value immensely the day that our wives agreed to marry us.(12) We interpret this as evidence that the desire for boys lead some husbands to marry another woman if his first wife delivers a girl.(13) But when he flings caution to the wind and offers to divorce his wife and marry her, she scoffs at the idea.(14) The man promised Liz that he would quickly divorce his wife and then marry her.(15) Both are attractive, funny, sexually confident, with no plans to marry or settle down any time soon.(16) When he reveals he is in love with the older man's wife and wants to marry her, the game begins.
(1) to marry :: i briodi
2. wed ::
3. join ::
1. divorce ::
Different Formsmarred, marries, marring, marry, marrying
Word Example from TV Shows
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"Now I can never MARRY a perfumed lord.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
Did you ever think you'd MARRY one?
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2
You're still fertile.
You need to MARRY again and breed.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
- I'm gonna ask her to MARRY me.
- Marry you?
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 20
You will MARRY a suitable woman
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
English to Welsh Dictionary: marry
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