What are the situations in which one uses "marriage to" and " marraige with". Which is the correct usage?
We use 'married' to:
I am married to a wonderful Chilean woman.
He was married to a person that was only interested in his money.
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-married + to we (used to refer to the person you are married)
-married + with (used to refer to the number of children)

-He has been married to her for twenty years.
-He is married with two children.
Yes, I was going to say the same. I remembered 'Married with Children'
You people are all talking about prepositions with the verb, "to marry." But what about the noun itself? Can you not talk about "his marriage with her"?
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Marriage to marriage with