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Meaning of “divorce” - Learner’s Dictionary

divorce

noun [C, U]     /dɪˈvɔːs/
B1 the official ending of a marriage: My parents are getting a divorce.Ending relationships and divorce
divorce verb [I, T]
B2 She's divorcing her husband.
Translations of “divorce”
in Arabic طَلاق…
in Korean 이혼…
in Malaysian penceraian…
in French divorce…
in Turkish boşanma…
in Italian divorzio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人們, 離婚…
in Russian развод…
in Polish rozwód…
in Vietnamese sự ly hôn…
in Spanish divorcio…
in Portuguese divórcio…
in Thai การหย่าร้าง…
in German die Scheidung…
in Catalan divorci…
in Japanese 離婚…
in Indonesian perceraian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人们, 离婚…
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