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  
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viuda, viudez, vid, vídeo

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he has lost his wife
exp.
he has been widowed
exp.
chickpeas by themselves
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'viudo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
quedar viudo
"viudo": examples and translations in context
Mi esposo es un viudo, o era un viudo. My husband, he's a widower, or was... Was a widower.
Yo debería haber huido con mi viudo. I should have fled with my widower.
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.
Soy viudo y no lo sabía. So I was a widower and I didn't even know it.
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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