One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the couple married last year’
be married, get married, wed, be wed, become man and wife, pledge one's troth, plight one's troth
informal tie the knot, walk down the aisle, take the plunge, get spliced, get hitched, get yoked, say ‘I do’
archaic become espoused
2‘John wanted to marry her’
wed, take to husband, take to wife, lead to the altar
informal make an honest woman of
archaic espouse, wive
3‘the show marries poetry with art’
join, join together, unite, ally, merge, unify, amalgamate, combine, affiliate, associate, link, connect, fuse, weld, couple, knit, yoke
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