Chinese English Dictionary

中文, 汉语, 漢語 - English

新娘 in English:

1. bride bride


Food and drink were served in such profusion at the wedding that the bride and groom began to wonder if they should not have invited more guests.
The bride was radiant.
The bride and groom kissed when the ceremony ended.
The bride came into the room, with everyone staring at her.
Here comes the bride!
At an Indian wedding at the Phillipine islands the bride retired from the company in order to go down to the river to wash her feet. As she was thus employed an alligator seized her.
Recently I attended the wedding of a Chinese friend. The bride and groom had been classmates at university, and both graduated from the Chinese faculty. They've already been together for five years.
The groom works for a company now, and the bride is our teacher.
In the U.S., it is common to give a present, such as glasses or a coffee-maker, to the bride at weddings.
Have you seen the bride? I can't find her.
On the wedding day, the couple are called the bride and groom.
The bride always throws her flowers at the end of the wedding.
I went to a wedding yesterday and the bride was so beautiful!
She was the most beautiful bride I've ever seen.
Everyone turned around as the bride entered the church.

English word "新娘"(bride) occurs in sets:

阳性,阴性名词 - Masculine and feminine Noun
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