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bachelor

noun /ˈbӕtʃələ/
an unmarried man
soltero, casadero
I expect he’ll remain a bachelor all his life He’s a confirmed bachelor (= he has no intention of ever marrying) (also adjective) a bachelor flat (= a flat suitable for one person).
Translations of “bachelor”
in Korean 독신남…
in Arabic أعْزَب…
in French célibataire, garçon nière…
in Italian celibe, scapolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獨身男子,單身漢…
in Russian холостяк…
in Turkish bekâr…
in Polish kawaler…
in Portuguese solteiro…
in German der Junggeselle…
in Catalan solter…
in Japanese 独身の男性, 一度も結婚したことがない男性…
in Chinese (Simplified) 独身男子,单身汉…
(Definition of bachelor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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