(n.) = boyfriend ; fiancé ; groom ; bridegroom ; husband-to-be ; sweetheart. Ex: To work as a librarian is so terribly respectable that young lady trainees at library school have been known to try to keep their specialism a secret from young men so as not to prejudice their chances of acquiring boyfriends. Ex: Spouses, fiancés/fiancees, and adopted children of U.S. citizens receive priority in this new immigration system. Ex: The groom's role is changing and husbands-to-be are getting more hands-on when it comes to wedding preparations. Ex: A bridegroom was killed yesterday by undercover police officers in a hail of 50 bullets as he left his stag party. Ex: The groom's role is changing and husbands-to-be are getting more hands-on when it comes to wedding preparations. Ex: Be it your sweetheart/a family member/a friend, send a heart-to-heart message and let them know how much they mean to you. ---- * antiguo novio = ex-boyfriend. * compuesta y sin novio = all dressed up and nowhere/no place to go. * dejar al novio = dump + Posesivo + boyfriend. * el novio y la novia = the bride and groom. * ex-novio = ex-boyfriend. * ex-novio = old flame. * ir de viaje de novios = honeymoon. * los novios = the bride and groom. * viaje de novios = honeymoon.