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A bachelor is an unmarried man, from the old French word "bachelor."
(The) Bachelor may also refer to:
- the title of anyone of any gender or marital status who holds a bachelor's degree
Film and TV
- The Bachelor (franchise), a reality television dating show franchise with numerous versions:
- The Bachelor (Chinese TV series), a drama series unrelated to The Bachelor franchise
- The Bachelor (play), a 1909 Broadway play by Clyde Fitch, later filmed as A Virtuous Vamp (1919)
- The Bachelor (1955 film) (Italian: Lo scapolo), an Italian film starring Alberto Sordi
- The Bachelor (1990 film) (Italian: Mio caro dottor Gräsler), an Italian/Hungarian film starring Keith Carradine
- The Bachelor (1999 film), an American film starring Chris O'Donnell and Renée Zellweger
- Bachelor (2004 film), a Bangladeshi film released in 2004
- Bachelor River, a tributary of Lake Waswanipi in Québec
- Little Bachelor River, a tributary of the Bachelor River
- Bachelor, Missouri, an unincorporated community
- Bachelor Lake (Brown County, Minnesota), a lake in Minnesota
- Bachelor Peak, a mountain in Texas
- Mount Bachelor, a mountain in Oregon, U.S.
- Bachelor Apartment House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
- Bachelor Island
- The Bachelor of Arts, 1937 novel by R. K. Narayan
- The Bachelor (album), a 2009 album by Patrick Wolf
- Ginuwine...the Bachelor, an album by Ginuwine
- Bachelor No. 2 or, the Last Remains of the Dodo, a 2000 album by Aimee Mann
- "Bachelor", a song by D'banj
- "The Bachelor", a song by Patrick Wolf from The Bachelor
- "The Bachelor", a classical song by Peter Warlock
- The Bachelors (disambiguation)
- Bachelor in Paradise (disambiguation)
- Batchelor (disambiguation)
- Studio apartment or bachelor-style apartment
- Bachelorette (disambiguation)
- Bachelor's degree
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