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Translation of "ally" - English-Spanish dictionary

ally

noun   /ˈæl·aɪ/ ( plural allies)
a person or country that helps you when you are arguing or fighting with another person or country aliado, -a
(Definition of ally from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ally

verb /əˈlai/ ( past tense, past participle allied)
to join by political agreement, marriage, friendship etc aliarse (con) Small countries often have to ally themselves with larger countries in order to survive.
alliance noun
alianza the alliance between Britain and the USA The three countries entered into an alliance.
allied /ˈӕ-/ adjective
joined by political agreement or treaty aliado The allied forces entered the country.
(with with) together with; joined to en conjunto con Her beauty allied with her intelligence made her a successful actress.
(with to) related to; resembling emparentado The ape is closely allied to man.
(Definition of ally from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ally”
in Vietnamese liên minh…
in Malaysian menyertai…
in Thai วมตัวกัน…
in French s’allier (à, avec)…
in German sich verbünden…
in Indonesian sekutu…
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