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Spanish translation of “marry”

marry

verb /ˈmӕri/ (past tense, past participle married)
to take (a person) as one’s husband or wife
casarse
John married my sister They married in church.
(of a clergyman etc) to perform the ceremony of marriage between (two people)
casar
The priest married them.
to give (a son or daughter) as a husband or wife
casar
He married his son to a rich woman.
married adjective
casado
She has two married daughters.
(Definition of marry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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