wedded

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} evlen
kendini adamış
wedded to bağlı
{s} adamış
f., bak. wed. s
to (bir fikri) iyice benimsemiş; kendini (bir şeye) adamış
evliliğe özgü
{s} vakfetmiş
wedded to one's work
bir işe adamak
wedded bliss
evliliğin huzuru
wed
{f} bağlamak
wed
evli

Ana ve çocuk özel ihtimam ve yardım görmek hakkını haizdir. Bütün çocuklar, evlilik içinde veya dışında doğsunlar, aynı sosyal korunmadan faydalanırlar. - Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.

Evlilik yıl dönümümüz yakında geliyor. - Our wedding anniversary is coming soon.

Wed
çarşamba

Tom çarşamba günü Mary'nin John'la buluşmasını ayarladı. - Tom has arranged for Mary to meet John on Wednesday.

Politikacı çarşamba günleri kabul ediyor. - The politician receives on Wednesdays.

wed
nikah masasına oturmak
wed
evlenmek
wed
{f} evlen

Evlenme planlarınız nasıl geliyor? - How are your wedding plans coming?

Köpek balığı çorbası genellikle Çin'de evlenme törenlerinde ve ziyafetlerde servis edilir. - Shark fin soup is commonly served at Chinese weddings and banquets.

wed
{f} ile evlenmek; ile evlendirmek
be wedded to
bağlanmak
be wedded to
kendini adamak
be wedded to smth
kendini adamak
wed
evlendirmek
wed
dünya evine girmek
wed
başgöz etmek
wed
kocaya varmak
wed
{f} bağlanmak
wed
{f} adamak
wed
nikâhlı
wed
{f} birleştirmek
wed
nikah ile almak veya varmak
wed
ile evlenmek bağlanmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past of wed

Húrin wedded Morwen Eledhwen of the First House — and their children were Túrin and Nienor.

Past participle of wed

Who would have thought she’d already been wedded and bedded?”.

joined in marriage
having been taken in marriage
Wedded means the same as married. He proposed she become his lawfully wedded wife
{s} married; of married life; of a married couple; tight, involved together; devoted (to an idea)
past participle of to wed
Of or pertaining to wedlock, or marriage
Joined in wedlock; married
If you are wedded to something such as an idea, you support it so strongly or like it so much that you are unable to give it up. Conservationists are mostly wedded to preserving diversity in nature. = committed
past tense of to wed
wedded couple
married couple, husband and wife
wedded pair
married couple, husband and wife
wedded to one's work
totally committed to one's job
wed
To perform the marriage ceremony for; to join in matrimony

The priest wed the couple.

wed
To take as one's spouse

She wed her first love.

wed
To join (more or less permanently)

the PPS paper proposed a political doctrine that wedded modernization theory to U.S. support for national security states .

wed
{v} to marry, join in marriage, unite
Wed
of Wednesday
Wed
Wed. is a written abbreviation for Wednesday. Our big task for tomorrow is to get them exit visas. The form wed is used in the present tense and is the past tense. The past participle can be either wed or wedded. If one person weds another or if two people wed or are wed, they get married. In 1952 she wed film director Roger Vadim The couple wed late at night in front of just nine guests see also newlywed, wedded = marry. Wednesday. a written abbreviation of Wednesday. to marry - used especially in literature or newspapers
his wedded wife
woman he married, his wife
wed
Fig
wed
To contact matrimony; to marry
wed
take in marriage
wed
{f} marry; marry off (daughter, etc.); join, unite, blend, combine; devote oneself to; be combined
wed
perform a marriage ceremony; "The minister married us on Saturday"; "We were wed the following week"; "The couple got spliced on Hawaii"
wed
To unite as if by the affections or the bond of marriage; to attach firmly or indissolubly
wed
To take as ones spouse
wed
To take to one's self and support; to espouse
wed
having been taken in marriage
wed
the fourth day of the week; the third working day
wed
To take a spouse
wed
A pledge; a pawn
wed
To take for husband or for wife by a formal ceremony; to marry; to espouse
wed
To join in marriage; to give in wedlock
wedded

    Heceleme

    wed·ded

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    wedıd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwedəd/ /ˈwɛdəd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'wed ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English wedden, from Old English weddian; akin to Middle High German wetten to pledge, Old English wedd pledge, Old High German wetti, Gothic wadi, Latin vad-, vas bail, security.

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