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Pronunciation

Adjective

Positive
married

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. A man and a woman are married if they are husband and wife to each other. Usually when two people are married they live in the same house and they often have children. Two people have a special day to become married. <> wanda ya yi aure.
    I don't need to meet more young men—I'm already married.

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
marry

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
marries

Past tense (ya wuce)
married

Past participle (ya wuce)
married

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
marrying

  1. The past and past participle of marry. <> yin aure.
  2. If two things are married they have been made into one thing. <> haɗaɗɗe, haɗa abu biyu tare.
    Music and television are married in music videos.

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See also