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A bachelor is an unmarried man.
Bachelor or The Bachelor may also refer to:
- an unmarried man in general, see Single person
- anyone holding a Bachelor's degree
- Bachelor Apartment House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
- Batchelors, a soup company
- Mount Bachelor, a mountain in Oregon, U.S.
- The Bachelor, a reality show
- The Bachelor (U.S. TV series), an American reality show
- The Bachelor (UK TV series), a British reality show based on the American format
- The Bachelor Canada, a Canadian reality show based on the American format
- The Bachelor (Australian TV series), an Australian reality show based on the American format
- The Bachelor, 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
- The Bachelor (album), a 2009 album by Patrick Wolf
- The Bachelors, an Irish band
- The Bachelors (novel), a 1960 novel by Muriel Spark
- The Bachelor Girl (novel) (French: La Garçonne), a 1922 novel by Victor Margueritte
- "Bachelor" (song), a song by D'banj
- Studio apartment or bachelor-style apartment
- Ginuwine...the Bachelor, an album by Ginuwine
- Batchelor (disambiguation)
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