mar•ry /ˈmæri/ v., -ried, -ry•ing.
- [~ + object]to take (someone) as a husband or wife:He married her when he was eighteen.
- [no object]to take a husband or wife; wed:In some countries girls can marry when they are fourteen.
- [~ + object]to perform the marriage ceremony for (a couple):The priest married them in the old church.
- to arrange the marriage of:[~ + object]He wanted to marry his daughter into a rich family.[~ + off + object]They married off all their children.[~ + object + off]married them off quickly.
Marry is not followed by any preposition. He married
TO GET MARRIED
To get mar•ried /ˈmærid/ adj.
- [no object] to get united in marriage I got married in Florida.
- [~ + object] ] to get united in marriage I got married to Jane
Do not use the preposition with. It is incorrect.
He got married with Jane.