- n. 婚姻；已婚状况
- n. (Wedlock)人名；(英)韦德洛克
- wedlock (n.)
- Old English wedlac "pledge-giving, marriage vow," from wed + -lac, noun suffix meaning "actions or proceedings, practice," attested in about a dozen Old English compounds (feohtlac "warfare"), but this is the only surviving example. Suffix altered by folk etymology through association with lock (n.1). Meaning "condition of being married" is recorded from early 13c.
- 1. The Fawleys were not made for wedlock.
- 2. The court filiated the child born out of wedlock.
- 3. So, that pedologist tells Russia , agricultural herd should be united in wedlock.
- 所以, 苏联那个土壤学家讲, 农林牧要结合.
- 4. The same is true of restrictions on out of wedlock childbirth.
- 5. They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock.
[ wedlock 造句 ]