English version

marital status

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarital statusˌmarital ˈstatus noun [uncountable]  whether someone is married – used especially on official forms Marital status: married/single/divorced They asked questions about the age, sex and marital status of all the people in the house.
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marital statusBut some policy issues may require identification of the effects of other variables such as age, qualifications and marital status.Even marital status was taken into consideration.It asks my birth date, if I have any children and my marital status.California law prohibits housing discrimination based on marital status.In Western society an individual's marital status and occupational status are achieved.Household size, marital status, and ethnicity all failed to show a significant influence in the participation model.Many single women aged eighteen to sixty-five are secure in their marital status.It will not show your marital status.
From Longman Business Dictionarymarital statusˌmarital ˈstatus [uncountable] used to talk about whether or not someone is married, especially on official formsPlease state your name, age, and marital status. status
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