Bride యొక్క తెలుగు అర్ధం


Bride meaning

Bride  =   వధువు

Pronunciation = Bride

Bride   in Telugu:బ్రైడ్

Part of speechnoun

Plural:  Bride  (బ్రైడ్)

Definition in English:a woman on her wedding day or just before and after the event.

Definition in Telugu:వివాహం చేసుకోబోయే ఒక మహిళ.

Examples in English:

  • The bride is looking pretty in this white wedding gown.

Examples in Telugu:

  • వధువు మండపం నిలబడి ఉంది.
  • అశ్వినీ కొత్త వధువు.
  • వధువు పెళ్లి కోసం వేచి ఉన్నారు.

Synonyms for  Bride

Synonyms in Telugu  వధువు, పెండ్లి కూతురు
Synonyms in English newly-wed, honeymooner; marriage partner, wife

Antonyms for  Bride

in Telugu పెళ్లి కొడుకు
in English Bridegroom, groom

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