viudo translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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viudo

, a  
a       adj  
1    [persona]   widowed  
estar viuda      *   (=sola)   to be a grass widow  
2      (Culin, *)  
garbanzos viudos      chickpeas by themselves  
b       sm/f   widower/widow  
    viuda  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

viuda, viudez, vid, vídeo

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he has been widowed
exp.
he has lost his wife
exp.
chickpeas by themselves
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'viudo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
quedar viudo
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"viudo": examples and translations in context
Soy un viudo... ...cuyo primogénito murió trágicamente. I'm a widower whose first son died tragically.
Su Alteza ha sido un viudo desde hace cinco años. His Highness has been a widower for five years.
Nuestro rey no quería permanecer viudo por largo tiempo, estaba buscando el consuelo de otra mujer. Our king did not want to stay widowed for a long time, he was looking for the consolation of a new woman.
Has tenido esas máquinas como compañía desde que eres viudo. Have you had that machine as company since you were widowed.
Estado civil- Casado, soltero, divorciado, viudo. Marital status - married, single, divorcee, widow.
Abandonamos aquella campaña porque el opositor era viudo. We couldn't run the campaign we wanted because the opponent was a widower.
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