Detailübersetzungen für espouse (Englisch) ins Deutsch


to espouse Verb (espouses, espoused, espousing)

  1. to espouse (marry; get married; be married; wed)
    heiraten; sich verheiraten; in den Ehestand treten; sich vermählen
    • heiraten Verb (heirate, heiratest, heiratet, heiratete, heiratetet, geheiratet)
    • sich verheiraten Verb (verheirate mich, verheiratest dich, verheiratet sich, verheiratete sich, verheiratetet euch, sich verheiratet)
    • sich vermählen Verb (vermähle mich, vermählst dich, vermählt sich, vermählte sich, vermähltet euch, sich vermählt)

Konjugationen für espouse:

  1. espouse
  2. espouse
  3. espouses
  4. espouse
  5. espouse
  6. espouse
simple past
  1. espoused
  2. espoused
  3. espoused
  4. espoused
  5. espoused
  6. espoused
present perfect
  1. have espoused
  2. have espoused
  3. has espoused
  4. have espoused
  5. have espoused
  6. have espoused
past continuous
  1. was espousing
  2. were espousing
  3. was espousing
  4. were espousing
  5. were espousing
  6. were espousing
  1. shall espouse
  2. will espouse
  3. will espouse
  4. shall espouse
  5. will espouse
  6. will espouse
continuous present
  1. am espousing
  2. are espousing
  3. is espousing
  4. are espousing
  5. are espousing
  6. are espousing
  1. be espoused
  2. be espoused
  3. be espoused
  4. be espoused
  5. be espoused
  6. be espoused
  1. espouse!
  2. let's espouse!
  3. espoused
  4. espousing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Übersetzung Matrix für espouse:

VerbVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
heiraten be married; espouse; get married; marry; wed
in den Ehestand treten be married; espouse; get married; marry; wed
sich verheiraten be married; espouse; get married; marry; wed
sich vermählen be married; espouse; get married; marry; wed
- adopt; conjoin; embrace; follow; get hitched with; get married; hook up with; marry; sweep up; wed

Verwandte Wörter für "espouse":

  • espousing

Synonyms for "espouse":

Verwandte Definitionen für "espouse":

  1. take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own1
  2. choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans1
    • The candidate espouses Republican ideals1
  3. take in marriage1