Translation of marital status in Spanish:

marital status

estado civil, n.

noun

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    estado civil masculine
    • I was questioned about my marital status, whether I was still unattached.
    • Does marital status once again become the determining factor for women's status?
    • The council is also stressing that sexuality and marital status are not necessarily obstacles to becoming foster carers.
    • They belong to everyone without distinction as to sex, marital status, race or nationality.
    • Exclusions from assisted reproduction should not be on the basis of gender, marital status or sexual orientation.
    • They are not classified on the basis of marital status and the terms married and single are not relevant for this purpose.
    • Social rank is also determined by one's region of origin, age, marital status, and gender.
    • Their employees can nominate partners for pension payments regardless of gender or marital status.
    • Age, marital status, whether or not they had had a smear test, and highest educational qualification were recorded.
    • This bill will give all couples the same legal rights irregardless of their sexual orientation or marital status.
    • Women's economic situation fundamentally depended on their marital status.
    • After all, all this while, his single and unattached marital status has added to his charm in no small way.
    • Sexual orientation, marital status and ethnicity are not barriers to fostering, as long as the other criteria are met.
    • Officials should do more than just report changes in marital status and other private matters to their supervisors.
    • It urged South African women to check that their marital status was correctly reflected on the department's books.
    • Although the candidate rarely affects one's vote, it's usual to be told their occupation and marital status if nothing else.
    • It's a good way to meet the locals, albeit only men, who immediately inquire as to my marital status.
    • They can be any age, marital status, ethnic background or disability.
    • Why should the parent's marital status have anything to do with this?
    • Married women may have endured more hardship than single women because of their marital status.