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    What is the correct preposition used after marriage? to or with?

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    Re: preposition

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    What is the correct preposition used after marriage? to or with?
    We get married to someone.

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    Re: preposition

    or, we have a marriage with someone.

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    Re: preposition

    or, we have a marriage of convenience.

    In other words, there is not a "correct preposition" that comes after (or before) a word unless there is a context.

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