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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
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"viudo": examples and translations in context
El profesor es un viudo respetable y un hombre adinerado. The professor is a respectable widower.
La otra mitad pertenece al viudo... Que puede estar escondiendo su muerte para quedárselo todo. The other half belongs to the widower... who may be hiding her death so that he can keep it all.
El Dr. Turner era viudo cunado nos conocimos. Dr Turner was widowed when we met.
Cinco niños y padre viudo, y sin empleo. Five children and widowed father, and unemployed.
Me están dando consejos sentimentales un viudo y dos solteros. I don't believe this. I'm getting romantic advice... from a widow and two bachelors.
Estado civil- Casado, soltero, divorciado, viudo. Marital status - married, single, divorcee, widow.
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