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common-law

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˌkɒmənˈlɔː/
A common-law wife or husband is someone who is not married, but has lived with their partner for a long time as if they were married.
birlikte yaşayan, karı-koca gibi yaşayan, geleneksel kurallarla evli gibi yaşayan
Marital status
Translations of “common-law”
in Russian гражданский…
in Polish zwyczajowy, nieformalny…
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