divorce


divorce
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noun
ADJECTIVE
amicable, uncontested
no-fault
acrimonious, bitter, messy, nasty, painful, ugly
quick, quickie (informal)
parental

Parental divorce can have lasting negative consequences for children.

civil

The church may disapprove but Catholics can and do obtain civil divorces.

VERB + DIVORCE
want
apply for, ask for, file for, petition for, seek, sue for

She filed for divorce in 1996.

initiate

The majority of divorces are initiated by women.

get, have, obtain

He told her that he was married but getting a divorce.

experience, go through

She watched her parents go through an acrimonious divorce.

agree to, consent to
contest

These days divorce is rarely contested.

finalize

Once the divorce is finalized, I plan to move to Bermuda.

handle

the lawyers handling their divorce

grant (sb)

Over 50 000 divorces were granted last year.

end in

An increasing number of marriages end in divorce.

consider

Neither partner had considered divorce.

DIVORCE + VERB
come through

He is waiting for the divorce to come through before he remarries.

DIVORCE + NOUN
court
case, proceedings, process
petition
papers

He hasn't signed the divorce papers yet.

decree, settlement
figures, rate, statistics

The divorce rate has been growing steadily since 1971.

law
attorney (AmE), lawyer
mediation
PREPOSITION
divorce from

her divorce from the star

divorce on the grounds of

She is seeking a divorce on the grounds of cruelty.

PHRASES
grounds for divorce

He cited adultery as grounds for divorce.

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verb
Divorce is used with these nouns as the object: ↑husband

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • DIVORCE — Le divorce est la rupture, consacrée par le droit, de l’union conjugale. Ce caractère le distingue nettement de la séparation de corps qui ne rompt pas le lien matrimonial, mais fait seulement disparaître l’obligation de cohabitation, et de la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • DIVORCE — (Heb. גֵּרוּשִׁין), the formal dissolution of the marriage bond. IN THE BIBLE Divorce was accepted as an established custom in ancient Israel (cf. Lev. 21:7, 14; 22:13; Num. 30:10; Deut. 22:19, 29). In keeping with the other cultures of the Near… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • divorce — di·vorce 1 n [Middle French, from Latin divortium, from divortere divertere to leave one s marriage partner, from di away, apart + vertere to turn]: the dissolution of a valid marriage granted esp. on specified statutory grounds (as adultery)… …   Law dictionary

  • divorce — DIVORCE. s. m. Rupture de mariage. Le divorce estoit en usage parmy les Romains. le divorce n est point permis dans le Christianisme. Il se prend parmy nous pour la separation de corps & de biens entre les gens mariez. Ce mari & cette femme ont… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Divorce — Di*vorce , n. [F. divorce, L. divortium, fr. divortere, divertere, to turn different ways, to separate. See {Divert}.] 1. (Law) (a) A legal dissolution of the marriage contract by a court or other body having competent authority. This is properly …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • divorce — DIVORCE. subs. masc. Séparation de deux époux par la rupture légale du mariage. Le divorce étoit en usage parmi les Juifs et les Romains. Le divorce n est point permis dans le Christianisme, suivant la doctrine catholique. [b]f♛/b] Il se prend… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Divorce — Di*vorce , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Divorced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Divorcing}.] [Cf. F. divorcer. See {Divorce}, n.] 1. To dissolve the marriage contract of, either wholly or partially; to separate by divorce. [1913 Webster] 2. To separate or disunite;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • divorcé — divorcé, ée (di vor sé, sée) part. passé. Qui a fait divorce. Femme divorcée.    Substantivement. Un divorcé. Les divorcés …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • divorce — [də vôrs′] n. [ME & OFr < L divortium < divortere, var. of divertere, to turn different ways: see DIVERSE] 1. legal and formal dissolution of a marriage 2. any complete separation or disunion vt. divorced, divorcing 1. to dissolve legally a …   English World dictionary

  • Divorce Me C.O.D. — Divorce Me C.O.D. is a 1946 song by Merle Travis. The song was Merle Travis first release to make it to number one on the Folk Juke Box charts where it stayed for fourteen weeks and a total of twenty three weeks on the chart [1]. The B side of… …   Wikipedia

  • divorce — DIVORCE: Si Napoléon n avait pas divorcé, il serait encore sur le trône …   Dictionnaire des idées reçues


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