Spanish Word for bride  

English Word: bride

Spanish Word: novia, desposada
The Spanish Word for bride
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The bride wore white...
La novia estaba vestida de blanco...
Everybody liked the bride's gown.
A todos les gustó mucho el vestido de la novia.
The groom approached his bride and gave her a hug.
El novio se acercó a su novia y la abrazó.
The bride's parents didn't visit their daughter until she finished her studies.
Los padres de la novia no fueron a visitar a su hija hasta que ella terminó sus estudios.

It is indeed an interesting state of affairs, for the bridegroom is marrying the same bride for a second time.
Se trata sin duda de un interesante estado de cosas, puesto que el novio se dispone a casarse con la misma novia por segunda vez.
Women are particularly vulnerable to prostitution, rape, arranged marriages and bride traffickers.
Las mujeres son especialmente vulnerables a la prostitución, la violación, los matrimonios concertados y los traficantes de esposas.
Usura slayeth the child in the womb, it stayeth the young man's courting, it hath brought palsey to bed, lyeth between the young bride and her bridegroom.'
Usura mata al niño en el útero, no deja que el joven corteje, ha llevado la sequedad hasta la cama, y yace entre la joven novia y su marido.
My fear is that the EU bridegroom is so desperate to consummate this marriage of convenience that we yet again give in to the reluctant bride.
Lo que me temo es que el novio europeo esté tan desesperado por consumar este matrimonio de conveniencia que, de nuevo, cedamos ante una novia reacia.
The only thing is that the bride is now a little older, a little more old-fashioned and less sexy than she was in Rome.
Lo único que, ahora, la novia es un poco más añeja, un poco más anticuada y menos sexy que en Roma.
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