英 [spaʊz; -s]
- n. 配偶
- vt. 和…结婚
- n. (Spouse)人名；(英)斯波斯
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1. 死都抱着: 死抱死 => 死都要抱在一起死。
来自古法语 spouse,婚姻伴侣，新娘，阴性格于 spous,新郎，来自拉丁语 sponsus,新郎，来自 spondere,庄严的承诺，词源同 sponsor,spondee.
- spouse:  A spouse is etymologically someone who has made a ‘promise’ to another – in this case, of marriage. The word comes via Old French spous, spouse from Latin spōnsus ‘bridegroom’ and spōnsa ‘bride’, noun uses of the past participle of spondēre ‘promise solemnly, betroth’ (source of English despondent and sponsor).
- spouse (n.)
- c. 1200, "a married person, either one of a married pair, but especially a married woman in relation to her husband," also "Christ or God as the spiritual husband of the soul, the church, etc.," also "marriage, the wedded state," from Old French spous (fem. spouse) "marriage partner," variant of espous/espouse (Modern French épous/épouse), from Latin sponsus "bridegroom" (fem. sponsa "bride"), literally "betrothed," from masc. and fem. past participle of spondere "to bind oneself, promise solemnly," from PIE *spend- "to make an offering, perform a rite" (see spondee). Spouse-breach (early 13c.) was an old name for "adultery."
- 1. Her spouse will come to see her on Sunday.
- 2. It is often helpful to have your spouse in the room when major news is expected.
- 3. Her father is an ultra - conservative who is still opposed to freedom to choose her spouse.
- 4. There are those who regard him as the uxorious spouse of a beautiful wife .
- 5. Bertha would eventually become the dutiful and submissive spouse.
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