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Meaning of “bride” in the English Dictionary

"bride" in British English

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bridenoun [C]

uk   us   /braɪd/
B1 a woman who is about to get ​married or has just got ​married: He ​returned from New York with his ​lovely new bride. The bride and ​groomposed for ​picturesoutside the ​church. As the mother of the bride, I ​feelobliged to ​wear something really ​spectacular.

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(Definition of bride from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bride" in American English

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bridenoun [C]

 us   /brɑɪd/
a woman who is about to get ​married or just got ​married: The bride and ​groomwrotetheir own ​weddingvows.
(Definition of bride from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bride”
in Korean 신부…
in Arabic عَروس…
in Malaysian pengantin perempuan…
in French (jeune/future) mariée…
in Russian невеста…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新娘, 即將(或剛)結婚的女子…
in Italian sposa…
in Turkish gelin…
in Polish panna młoda…
in Spanish novia…
in Vietnamese cô dâu…
in Portuguese noiva…
in Thai เจ้าสาว…
in German die Braut…
in Catalan núvia…
in Japanese 花嫁, 新婦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新娘, 即将(或刚)结婚的女子…
in Indonesian pengantin wanita…
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