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wedding

noun [C] uk   /ˈwed.ɪŋ/ us  
B1 a marriage ceremony and any celebrations such as a meal or a party that follow it: a wedding cake/dress/invitation/present/reception Do you know the date of Caroline and Matthew's wedding? It was their 25th wedding anniversary last week.
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in Korean 결혼식…
in Arabic عُرْس, زَفاف…
in Portuguese (cerimônia de) casamento…
in Catalan casament…
in Japanese 結婚式…
in Italian matrimonio, nozze…
in Chinese (Traditional) 婚禮,結婚慶典…
in Russian свадьба…
in Turkish düğün, nikâh töreni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 婚礼,结婚庆典…
in Polish ślub…
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