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honeymoonnoun

uk   /ˈhʌn.i.muːn/  us   /ˈhʌn.i.muːn/

honeymoonverb [I usually + adv/prep]

uk   /ˈhʌn.i.muːn/  us   /ˈhʌn.i.muːn/
(Definition of honeymoon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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honeymoonnoun [C]

 us   /ˈhʌn·iˌmun/
a ​vacation or ​trip taken by two ​people who have just been ​married: We went to Hawaii on ​our honeymoon.
A honeymoon is also an early ​period in a ​relationship when ​criticism is not given: The first ​year of the ​presidency is ​regarded as a honeymoon.
honeymoon
verb [I always + adv/prep]  us   /ˈhʌn·iˌmun/
They are honeymooning in Jamaica.
honeymooners
plural noun  us   /ˈhʌn·iˌmu·nərz/
This ​resort is ​popular with honeymooners.
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