In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(problems) matrimonial(bliss) conyugalmarital counseling / (British) counselling — terapia matrimonial / de pareja femenino
- In other words, the remark points to the dynamic of a sibling relationship, not a marital one.
- They want an amendment that would require sheriffs to pay more attention to the rights of the child in marital disputes.
- He prefers marital banter with his wife on the phone to talking about measurements and ingredients.
- Hurtling along at breakneck speed, this smash hit comedy of marital deception guarantees a great night out.
- They are also looking at his marital and custody arrangements for the children.
- The mother of the children told police she and her husband had been having marital problems for the past six months.
- Two people, a husband and wife, work out their marital malaise by literally trying to kill one another.
- However, certain key aspects of the marital relationship can be elucidated and do require discussion.
- Sexual indiscretions, marital break-ups and drug habits are glossed over completely.
- The marital embrace is the culmination of the total self-giving of husbands and wives.
- Due to social stigma attached to it even the best marital relationships can come under strain.
- If all they've done is suffer an unhappy marriage, we should leave them to their marital misery.
- If the wife deferred to the husband because of the marital relationship, that is another thing.
- Even within the marital context, they work to limit the husband's authority.
- One of the marital indiscretions had landed him in trouble with his wife.
- What could have been more appropriate for this marital tragedy than, of all operas, Tristan und Isolde?
- Stay with her exclusively and wrestle with resentfulness coupled with marital bliss.
- It deals with the issue of marital infidelity as seen across various couples.
- There are marital complexities both on and off stage in the latest production from Bingley Little Theatre.
- He plays a troubled psychiatrist who's in the midst of severe marital problems.
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