Translation of spouse in Spanish:

spouse

cónyuge, n.

Pronunciation /spaʊs/ /spaʊz/

See Spanish definition of cónyuge

noun

formal, humorous
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    cónyuge masculine, feminine formal
    consorte masculine, feminine formal, humorous
    • There is no doubt that Russell made a mess of his relations with his spouses and children.
    • It is common for customers' husbands or wives to pick up pieces to surprise their spouses when they get home.
    • For example, don't give in to pressure from spouses, relatives, friends.
    • The employed spouse is allowed to make an IRA contribution on behalf of a non-working spouse or a spouse who has little income.
    • Money and human relationships are cut off for children, spouses, younger brothers and sisters, mothers, fathers and other relatives.
    • And why do people cheat when they love their spouse and feel little or nothing for their extramarital partners?
    • Some calls to spouses later, and the rest was history.
    • At the guesthouse that evening the head of the university foreign affairs office and his secretary come to talk to all foreign teachers and their spouses.
    • Rather it is their spouses and children who suffer terribly if not unbearably.
    • The man feels that his spouse is slipping away from him, while she feels unable to penetrate his world.
    • I do have a lot of sympathy for the unfamous spouse who is asked to step out of the frame during red-carpet photo calls.
    • Before we leave, we each take back our stone with our spouse's name written on it.
    • The practice involves commissioning studio portraits of prospective brides for presentation to potential spouses.
    • Explaining our extended family relationship to the children and our spouses was the source of great amusement.
    • One spouse may be under 55 as long as the other spouse is at least 55 years old.
    • What do you do when you meet the spouse of the person your spouse is having an affair with?
    • ‘Several chose their spouses, two chose students, and one chose an ex-student,’ said Pearson.
    • This said, of course, while the two spouses are looking in opposite directions in the dark.
    • They took the plunge as entrepreneurial spouses in 1999 and now have a 27-employee company with $3 million in sales.
    • The characters continued to cheat on their spouses, let money become their obsession, and debated the American dream for the hopes of one day obtaining happiness.