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fiancénoun [C]

uk   /fiˈɒn.seɪ/  us   /ˌfiː.ɑːnˈseɪ/
the man who someone is engaged to be ​married to: Have you ​met Christina's fiancé?
(Definition of fiancé from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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fiancénoun [C]

(female fiancée)  us   /ˌfiˌɑnˈseɪ, fiˈɑnˌseɪ/
a ​person who has ​formallypromised to ​marry another: I’d like you to ​meet Irene, my fiancée.
(Definition of fiancé from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fiancé”
in Korean 약혼자…
in Arabic خَطيب…
in Malaysian tunang…
in French fiancé/-ée…
in Russian жених…
in Chinese (Traditional) 未婚夫…
in Italian fidanzato…
in Turkish (erkek) nişanlı…
in Polish narzeczony…
in Spanish novio, prometido, novia…
in Vietnamese chồng/vợ chưa cưới…
in Portuguese noivo…
in Thai คู่หมั้น…
in German der/die Verlobte…
in Catalan promès…
in Japanese (男性)婚約者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未婚夫…
in Indonesian tunangan…
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