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bridegroom 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈbrīdˌgro͞om/,
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bridegrooms, plural;
  1. A man on his wedding day or just before and after the event


  1. groom: a man who has recently been married
  2. groom: a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
  3. Wedding ceremony participants, also referred to as the wedding party are the people that participate directly in the wedding ceremony itself.
  4. The Bridegroom is a short piece of fiction by Angela Carter. It does not appear in the the volume of Carter's collected short fictions ''. It can be found in the anthology Lands of Never'' (ed. Maxim Jakubowski, Allen & Unwin 1983). and the periodical "Bananas"
  5. The Bridegroom is a collection of twelve short stories by Chinese-American author Ha Jin. The stories are set in Muji City in contemporary China, the same provincial city that served as the setting for his 1999 novel, Waiting. ...
  6. a man on his wedding day, just before it or small time after that
  7. (Bridegrooms) (Женихи), operetta (1926)
  8. The prospective or wedded husband of the church, Jesus Christ.
  9. A man that was about to be married.
  10. For a man to dream that he is a bridegroom is an unfortunate omen and signifies ill-health within the family.