Spanish English Dictionary

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casado in English:

1. married married


We're married.
In our culture, we can't be married to two women at once.
Tom believes that getting married to Mary was the best thing he's ever done.
Are you seriously thinking about getting married again at your age?
Married people sometimes wish they were single.
Tom's parents don't want Tom and Mary to live together until after they are married.
By the time you get out of jail, she'll probably have gotten married.
More and more married couples share household chores.
She knew what it was like for married women to look after houses, husbands and children.
From the way they talked, I presumed they were married.
It wasn't until long after they got married that Tom found out that Mary was wanted for murder.
After getting married, my wife put on five pounds.
After I got married, my Japanese got better and I could understand more.
She blames me for the fact that our married life isn't going well.
I didn't know if I was coming or going the week before I got married.

English word "casado"(married) occurs in sets:

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