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verb [I or T] uk   us   /wed/ (present participle wedding, past tense and past participle wedded or wed) literary
(used especially in newspapers) to marry someone: The couple eventually wed after an 18-year engagement.
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in Vietnamese cưới…
in Spanish casarse (con)…
in Thai สมรส, แต่งงาน…
in Malaysian mengahwini, menyatukan…
in French (se) marier (avec)…
in German (sich) vermählen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期三…
in Indonesian menikah…
in Russian среда…
in Turkish çarşamba, çarşamba günü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期三…
in Polish śr. (= = środa)…
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