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  • 1 Marry U — Single by Super Junior from the album Don t Don Released September 20, 2007 …

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  • 2 Marry Me — may refer to: Marry Me (album), by St. Vincent Marry Me (novel), by John Updike Marry Me (song), by Train edit] See also Come Marry Me , a song by Miss Platnum (feat. Peter Fox) Marry Me a Little (disambiguation) This disamb …

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  • 3 Marry — Mar ry, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Married}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Marrying}.] [OE. marien, F. marier, L. maritare, fr. maritus husband, fr. mas, maris, a male. See {Male}, and cf. {Maritral}.] 1. To unite in wedlock or matrimony; to perform the ceremony of …

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  • 4 marry — ► VERB (marries, married) 1) take as one s wife or husband in marriage. 2) join (two people) in marriage. 3) (marry into) become a member of (a family) by marriage. 4) join together; combine harmoniously. ● …

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  • 5 Marry — Mar ry, v. i. To enter into the conjugal or connubial state; to take a husband or a wife. [1913 Webster] I will, therefore, that the younger women marry. 1 Tim. v. 14. [1913 Webster] {Marrying man}, a man disposed to marry. [Colloq.] [1913… …

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  • 6 marry — marry1 [mar′ē] vt. married, marrying [ME marien < OFr marier < L maritare < maritus, a husband, married, prob. < IE base * meri, young wife, akin to * meryo, young man > Sans márya , man, young man, suitor] 1. a) to join as… …

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  • 7 Marry — Mar ry, interj. Indeed! in truth! a term of asseveration said to have been derived from the practice of swearing by the Virgin Mary. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 marry — index combine (act in concert), connect (join together), join (bring together), unite Burton s Legal Thesaurus …

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  • 9 marry — [v] become husband and wife in legal ceremony ally, associate, become one, bond, catch*, combine, conjoin, conjugate, contract, couple, drop anchor*, espouse, get hitched*, get married, join, knit, land*, lead to altar, link, match, mate, merge,… …

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  • 10 marry — mar|ry W2S1 [ˈmæri] v past tense and past participle married present participle marrying third person singular marries [Date: 1200 1300; : French; Origin: marier, from Latin maritare, from maritus husband ] 1.) [I and T] if you marry someone, you …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 marry */*/*/ — UK [ˈmærɪ] / US [ˈmerɪ] verb Word forms marry : present tense I/you/we/they marry he/she/it marries present participle marrying past tense married past participle married Get it right: marry: Don t use the preposition with after get married or be …

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  • 12 marry — verb ADVERB ▪ well ▪ To keep his wealthy lifestyle, he had to marry well. VERB + MARRY ▪ hope to, want to ▪ I don t want to marry Robert …

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  • 13 marry — verb marries, married, marrying 1 (I, T) to become someone s husband or wife: get married (to): I got married when I was 18. | Billy got married to the first girl he went out with. | marry sb: one of those romances about a rich tycoon who marries …

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  • 14 marry — mar|ry [ meri ] verb *** 1. ) transitive if someone marries someone else, they become the husband or wife of that person: The day I married Sarah was the happiest day of my life. a ) intransitive if someone marries, they become the husband or… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 marry — [[t]mæ̱ri[/t]] ♦♦ marries, marrying, married 1) V RECIP When two people get married or marry, they legally become husband and wife in a special ceremony. Get married is less formal and more commonly used than marry. [pl n get V ed] I thought he… …

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  • 16 marry — marry1 marrier, n. /mar ee/, v., married, marrying. v.t. 1. to take as a husband or wife; take in marriage: Susan married Ed. 2. to perform the marriage ceremonies for (two people who wish to be husband and wife); join in wedlock: The minister… …

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  • 17 marry — v. 1) (d; intr.) to marry into (to marry into a good family) 2) see marry off * * * [ mærɪ] see marry off (d; intr.) to marry into (to marry into a good family) …

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  • 18 marry — {{11}}marry (interj.) a common oath in the Middle Ages, mid 14c., now obsolete, a corruption of the name of the Virgin MARY (Cf. Mary). {{12}}marry (v.) c.1300, to give (offspring) in marriage, from O.Fr. marier to get married; to marry off, give …

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  • 19 marry — see never marry for money, but marry where money is marry in haste and repent at leisure marry in May, rue for aye better to marry than to burn a young man married is a young man marred …

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  • 20 marry — I. verb (married; marrying) Etymology: Middle English marien, from Anglo French marier, from Latin maritare, from maritus married Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to join in marriage according to law or custom b. to give in marriage …

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