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bride

noun [C] uk   us   /braɪd/
B1 a woman who is about to get married or has just got married: He returned from New York with his lovely new bride. The bride and groom posed for pictures outside the church. As the mother of the bride, I feel obliged to wear something really spectacular.
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in Arabic عَروس…
in Korean 신부…
in Malaysian pengantin perempuan…
in French (jeune/future) mariée…
in Turkish gelin…
in Italian sposa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新娘, 即將(或剛)結婚的女子…
in Russian невеста…
in Polish panna młoda…
in Vietnamese cô dâu…
in Spanish novia…
in Portuguese noiva…
in Thai เจ้าสาว…
in German die Braut…
in Catalan núvia…
in Japanese 花嫁, 新婦…
in Indonesian pengantin wanita…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新娘, 即将(或刚)结婚的女子…
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