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wedverb [I/T]

 us   /wed/ (past tense and past participle wedded or wed)
to marry someone: [I] They are planning to wed in June.
wedded
adjective [not gradable]  us   /ˈwed·ɪd/
a wedded couple

Wed.noun

abbreviation forWednesday

we’d

 us   /wid/
contraction of we had or we would: By then, we’d heard the same story six times.
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wedverb [I or T]

uk   /wed/  us   /wed/ (present participle wedding, past tense and past participle wedded or wed) literary

we'd

uk   strong /wiːd/ weak /wid/  us   /wiːd/  /wid/
short form of we had: We'd better be more careful in the future.
short form of we would: We'd be grateful for an answer.

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Wed.

written abbreviation for Wednesday
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Translations of “wed”
in Spanish casarse (con)…
in Vietnamese cưới…
in Malaysian mengahwini, menyatukan…
in Thai สมรส, แต่งงาน…
in French (se) marier (avec)…
in German (sich) vermählen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期三…
in Turkish çarşamba, çarşamba günü…
in Russian среда…
in Indonesian menikah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期三…
in Polish śr. (= = środa)…
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