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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person plural)
a. they got married
Contrajeron matrimonio y se divorciaron dos veces.They got married and divorced twice.
b. got married
Los reyes contrajeron matrimonio en la catedral.The king and queen got married at the cathedral.
c. they married
Contrajeron matrimonio tras dos años de convivencia.They married when they'd been living together for two years.
El actor y la cantante contrajeron matrimonio en secreto hace un mes.The actor and the singer secretly married a month ago.
2. (in statements; second person plural)
a. you got married
Entonces contrajeron matrimonio en 2005. - Así es, y tenemos dos hijos.So you got married in 2005. - That's right, and we have two children.
b. you married
Contrajeron matrimonio porque sus padres les presionaron a hacerlo, ¿verdad?You married because your parents put pressure on you to do so, didn't you?
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