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betroth

verb /biˈtrəuð, (American) biˈtrəuθ/
(old-fashioned) to promise in marriage
prometer en matrimonio (a)
She was betrothed to her husband at the age of twenty.
betrothal noun
desposorios
her betrothal to a man of her father’s choosing.
betrothed noun (old-fashioned) the person who you are going to marry
prometido
May I introduce you to my betrothed?
Translations of “betroth”
in Vietnamese hứa hôn…
in Thai หมั้น…
in Malaysian bertunang…
in French fiancer (à, avec)…
in German verloben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使(男女雙方)訂婚…
in Indonesian bertunangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使(男女双方)订婚…
(Definition of betroth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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