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bachelornoun [C]

 us   /ˈbætʃ·ə·lər/
a man who is not married: He remained a confirmed bachelor until he was 60.
(Definition of bachelor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bachelor”
in Korean 독신남…
in Arabic أعْزَب…
in Malaysian bujang…
in French célibataire, garçon nière…
in Russian холостяк…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獨身男子,單身漢…
in Italian celibe, scapolo…
in Turkish bekâr…
in Polish kawaler…
in Spanish soltero, casadero…
in Vietnamese người đàn ông độc thân…
in Portuguese solteiro…
in Thai ชายโสด…
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…
in Indonesian bujangan…
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