Traducción de divorcee en español:


divorciado, n.

Pronunciación /dəˌvɔrˈseɪ/ /dəˌvɔrˈsi/ /ˌdɪvɔːˈsiː/

Ver definición en español de divorciado


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    divorciado masculino
    divorciada femenino
    • Critics fear it will spark a shortage of accommodation if widows, divorcees and groups of singles drop plans to take in lodgers.
    • There's a string of more complicated provisions that affect, for example, widows, widowers and divorcees.
    • Preference is given to physically or mentally challenged women, widows, divorcees and those from the lowest income groups.
    • Young people, many of them single, divorcees, the elderly seeking retirement havens and immigrants, all fuel the demand for new property.
    • However, divorcees must show their divorce certificates when remarrying.
    • No single parents, no divorcees, no childless couples are welcome in this coalition.
    • Death is also kinder on the survivor, since people tend to be nicer to widows than to divorcees.
    • Pensioners, the young, singles and divorcees all now look upon wash day as a social occasion.
    • The novel's heroine, Stella, is a thirty-something divorcee and single mum on a quest for love.
    • But more importantly, these singles are not just recent graduates or widows and divorcees in their golden years.
    • We could warn the single, brunette divorcees in the area.
    • Although some children may thrive even after their parents get divorced, taken as a group, the children of divorcees are at serious risk.
    • I became immune to the horror stories of broken marriages and learnt that widows carried far less emotional baggage than divorcées.
    • So, although Charles is, in the eyes of the CofE, a widower, Camilla is a divorcée, and therefore cannot be married in a Church.
    • It may work in a limited number of cases, but the relationship between the divorcees would need to be extremely amicable.
    • Thousands and thousands of jobs materialized for divorcees in the desert with three kids.
    • Of the 1,831 people over 16 in the area, 296 were divorcees - nearly twice the national average of 8.2 per cent.
    • About 75% of wedding ceremonies in the Unitarian church in Dublin are booked by young Catholics and divorcees who want to marry in a church setting.
    • In my diocese I get an average of 10 calls a week from my clergy seeking my approval for them to marry divorcees.