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bridegroom

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈbraɪd.ɡrʊm/ /-ɡruːm/ (also groom)
a man who is about to get married or has just got married: The bridegroom was late for the ceremony.
Translations of “bridegroom”
in Korean 신랑…
in Arabic عَريس…
in Portuguese noivo…
in Catalan nuvi…
in Japanese 花婿, 新郎…
in Italian sposo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新郎, 即將(或剛)結婚的男子…
in Russian жених…
in Turkish damat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新郎, 即将(或刚)结婚的男子…
in Polish pan młody…
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