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choose (sth)
decide which thing you want.
a formal public event.
civil ceremony
opp religious ceremony
a time when a man and woman get married.
wedding reception
a meal and/or party after a wedding.
a ...thing is sth that people have done for a long time.
make a speech
give a formal talk to a lot of people at a special event.
drink a toast to sb
raise a glassof wine ,etc, to wish sb success or happiness.
wish sb sth
say that you hope good things will happen to sb.
a holiday for a couple who have just got married.
celebrate (sth)
have a special meal,party,etc,to show you are happy about sth.
the date on which sth happend the previous year or in the past.
a woman who is about to get married or has just got married:
a man who is about to get married or has just got married,
die (die of an illness)
stop living. ( death :N.)(dead:adj.)
a woman whose husband has died
a man whose wife has died
a (usually religious) ceremony for burying or burning the body of a dead person:
bury sb
to put a dead body into the ground: burial noun [C or U] uk /ˈber.i.əl/
cremate sb
to burn a dead person's body, usually as part of a funeral ceremony
an area of ground in which dead bodies are buried
[C] an official statement of what a person has decided should be done with their money and property after their death:
inherit (sth)
to receive money, a house, etc. from someone after they have died:
money or objects that someone gives you when they die:
a person at a funeral:
great sadness felt because someone has died
a long box in which the body of a dead person is buried or burned
a place in the ground where a dead person is buried
a stone that shows where a dead person is buried, usually with the name and the years of birth and death of that person written on it