English version

be married to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe married to somethingbe married to somethingATTENTIONto give most of your time and attention to a job or activity I was married to my job. married
Examples from the Corpus
be married to somethingShe is married to Dave Walden, former chief of staff to Mayor Lanier.It wasn't as if she were married to him.He believed he had never married because he was married to his calling.She was married to Milton Hayes, an Oceanic Lines purser, in 1929.Alison had shown enough respectable horror on discovering that he was married to prove she was a nice girl.It was like they were married to the Democrats, husband and wife, and nobody argues, but nobody talks.As your Grace knows, Alexander was married to your Grace's late lamented sister, Margaret.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.