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bridesmaidnoun [C]

 us   /ˈbrɑɪdz·meɪd/
a ​girl or woman, usually not ​married, who ​takespart in a ​wedding and ​helps the woman who is getting ​married
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Translations of “bridesmaid”
in Arabic إِشْبينة العَروس…
in Korean 신부 들러리…
in Portuguese dama de honra…
in Catalan dama d’honor…
in Japanese 花嫁の付添人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伴娘,女傧相…
in Turkish nedime…
in Russian подружка невесты…
in Chinese (Traditional) 伴娘,女儐相…
in Italian damigella d’onore…
in Polish druhna…
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