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Translation of "bigamy" - English-Spanish dictionary

bigamy

noun [no plural]   /ˈbɪɡ.ə.mi/
the crime of marrying a person while already legally married to someone else bigamia In court, he admitted that he had committed bigamy. →  Compare monogamy , polygamy 2388
bigamist noun   /-mɪst/
bígamo, -a He was accused of being a bigamist.2459
bigamous adjective   /-məs/
bígamo a bigamous marriage2388
bigamously adverb   /-məs.li/
(Definition of bigamy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bigamy

noun /ˈbiɡəmi/
marriage to two wives or two husbands at once (a crime in some countries) bigamia He’s been charged with committing bigamy.
bigamist noun
bígamo She discovered that her husband was bigamist.
bigamous adjective
bígamo He was living in a bigamous relationship.
(Definition of bigamy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bigamy”
in Vietnamese lấy hai vợ, hai chồng…
in Malaysian bigami…
in Thai การมีคู่ครองทีเดียวสองคน…
in French bigamie…
in German die Bigamie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重婚罪…
in Indonesian beristri dua, bigami…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重婚罪…
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