US: /ˈmɛɹid/
UK: /mˈæɹɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

married /'mærid/
  • tính từ
    • cưới, kết hôn, thành lập gia đình
      • to get married: thành lập gia đình
      • a newly married couple: một cặp vợ chồng mới cưới
    • (thuộc) vợ chồng
      • married life: đời sống vợ chồng

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 (abbreviation m) having a husband or wife: a married man / woman + Is he married? + a happily married couple + She's married to John. + Rachel and David are getting married on Saturday. + How long have you been married?
2 [only before noun] connected with marriage: Are you enjoying married life? + Her married name (= the family name of her husband) is Jones-Mary Jones.
3 ~ to sth very involved in sth so that you have no time for other activities or interests: My brother is married to his job.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 wed, join in matrimony or wedlock, become man and wife, Colloq get hitched or spliced, tie the knot:
They married and lived happily ever after.
2 match (up), go or fit together, fit; unite, unify, bond, weld, fuse, put together, couple, join, link; league, affiliate, ally, amalgamate, combine:
The marble head, found in London, married perfectly with the torso, found in Crete. The best qualities of each earlier model are married in this new product.

Collocation dictionary


be, feel
I wouldn't have felt properly married if it hadn't been a church wedding.
| get
When did you get married?
| remain


newly, recently
The newly married couple left for their honeymoon in Spain.
| previously | happily | unhappily | lawfully, legally | properly, safely, truly


She's married to an actor.

Concise English dictionary

+a person who is married
+joined in matrimony
+of or relating to the state of marriage

+take in marriage
+perform a marriage ceremony