marry

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marry is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
marry

Pronunciation[change]

Homophones[change]

  • Mary (in some dialects)
  • merry (in some dialects)

Verb[change]

Plain form
marry

Third-person singular
marries

Past tense
married

Past participle
married

Present participle
marrying

People getting married
  1. When two people marry they become husband and wife; that is, they become married. In many countries this is a legal agreement. In some cultures marrying is a part of the religion. Marrying is often done with a wedding (a special day for those people to marry).
    I cannot believe he married her when there are nicer girls out there.
  2. If you marry two things, you connect them or make them into one thing.
    I have two different ideas I would like to marry together.
    Music videos married music to television.

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