Meaning of walk down the aisle in English:

walk down the aisle

phrase

  • Get married.

    ‘she became a mother within a year of walking down the aisle’
    • ‘Today's young people dream about walking down the aisle.’
    • ‘More couples are willing to have preventative counselling than they are to seek it out after walking down the aisle.’
    • ‘He has already walked down the aisle a staggering five times.’
    • ‘He happily confesses that his favourite moment in any musical film is when Julie Andrews walks down the aisle in The Sound of Music.’
    • ‘It won't be long before they are walking down the aisle together.’
    • ‘People are waiting longer before walking down the aisle with the average groom being almost 37 years old and his bride nearly 34.’
    • ‘Since the royal couple walked down the aisle, they have had an eventful 12 months.’
    • ‘These feelings are the things that are manufactured naturally when you see your daughter walking down the aisle.’
    • ‘The perennial bridesmaid's finally walked down the aisle.’
    • ‘It was a case of third time lucky for Lisa when she walked down the aisle last year.’