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(in South Asia) a wedding.
- ‘Paigah Palace was not so crowded as it would have otherwise been, if there had been a just another shaadi.’
- ‘As Fardeen and Zayed gear up to enjoy marital bliss, the actors have their fingers crossed that both their real-life and screen shaadis are numero uno.’
- ‘Now, thanks to the weddings, it has been spruced up all ready for shaadi number three.’
Urdu and Persian šādī.
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