In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1solteroan unmarried mother — una madre soltera
- they are unmarried — no están casados
- she wants to stay unmarried — no quiere casarse
- There will rarely be problems for a legal spouse in a new country - but unmarried partners may both have to apply.
- There is an irony in comparing how the law is moving in relation to married and unmarried couples on this issue.
- With unmarried couples, a partner may not get anything if there is no will.
- They tried to make unmarried mothers pay more tax and get less benefit than married women.
- When I asked how many unmarried mothers in the town do not pay rent or council tax, I was told it was none of my business.
- Swindon is the unmarried mother capital of the country, and as a nation we are not happy.
- Bridget was just two weeks old when her mother, who was unmarried, left her in the care of the nuns.
- The unmarried or same sex partners of MPs will now receive an MP's pension after the MP dies.
- Illegitimacy was no longer stigmatized and unmarried mothers were given all the rights of married women.
- The report found only a quarter of Scots believe unmarried parents to be worse than their married counterparts.
- Hundreds of thousands of local government workers have been refused pensions for their unmarried partners.
- In the past few months in Embsay a mother had murdered her child and an unmarried mother had died after drinking bleach.
- Last but not least, unmarried, unattached, and completely available is quite attractive too!
- I shudder to think what your in-laws are going to think of you shacking up with an unmarried mother.
- The migration rights of unmarried partners is a deeply divisive issue.
- They are also much more likely to go on to prison, and girls often become unmarried mothers.
- Susan Deacon, the health minister, was last week targeted by the Daily Record for being an unmarried mother.
- The others were two married corporals, a single corporal and two unmarried lance-corporals.
- I too was an unmarried mother in the Sixties, giving up my baby girl for adoption.
- In a few years time I hope to become a pro-choice, unmarried, too-posh-to-push mother.
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