Translation of matchmaker in Spanish:


celestina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmatʃmeɪkə//ˈmætʃˌmeɪkər/


  • 1

    (marriage arranger)
    (woman) celestina feminine
    (woman) casamentera feminine
    (man) casamentero masculine
    • Marriages are often arranged by the families through the services of a matchmaker or go-between, and commence with a ritual celebration, or wedding.
    • Most offline dating services and matchmakers do not perform background checks, nor do speed dating, other singles organizations, and newspaper personal ads.
    • The marriage of her own parents were arranged through a matchmaker and they were married without even meeting each other first.
    • All his opponents in his sensational contender days had been arranged by a sleazy matchmaker.
    • Traditionally, marriages were arranged by the couple's parents through a matchmaker.
    • Dating is not allowed, and marriages are arranged by the families or by matchmakers.
    • This was still a country of matchmakers and arranged marriages, and much pressure was brought to bear.
    • Traditionally, marriages are arranged, generally through the mediation of a matchmaker.
    • If the concept takes off, the matchmakers hope to arrange more events for specific age-groups later in the year.
    • These are the professional matchmakers, but there are also matchmakers who just promote marriage out of kind-heartedness.
    • Marriages often are brokered by a matchmaker since the economic aspects of marriage require experienced calculation.
    • Anyway, being a professional matchmaker really appeals to me.
    • Some vestiges of arranged marriage continue and many couples rely on matchmakers to find mates.
    • Other men asked a matchmaker to arrange marriages for them.
    • Most marriages in the world are arranged by family members or matchmakers, and in many of these, partners somehow learn to love each other over time.
    • She dubbed herself an official matchmaker and dispensed all sorts of advice to her brother.
    • This type of lover may profit from working with a matchmaker or a computer dating service, in which inappropriate relationship candidates will be screened out.
    • Others may find partners through arranged meetings made by parents, relatives, friends, and professional matchmakers.
    • The couple were set up by the matchmaker and their marriage agreed upon by their parents and they didn't even have to know one another before the wedding ceremony.
    • Parents or matchmakers do most of the visiting and arranging.
  • 2

    promotor masculine
    promotora feminine
    • She prefers to think of herself as a piano matchmaker.
    • As a result, it is now acting as matchmaker in encouraging mergers and alliances that will slim the civil aviation sector down to more competitive proportions.
    • Like business brokers, the matchmakers are unregulated or, at most, loosely regulated.
    • The same point could be made about the financial matchmakers, who whip up merger mania to earn big commissions.
    • The firm is a merger and acquisition matchmaker for companies with market values of $300,000 to $15 million.