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Spanish translation of “companion”

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noun /kəmˈpӕnjən/
a person etc who accompanies another person as a friend etc
She was his constant companion in his childhood.
a helpful handbook on a particular subject
guía, manual
The Gardening Companion.
companionable adjective (formal) pleasantly friendly
sociable, agradable
a companionable man.
companionship noun state of being or of having companion(s)
She enjoys the companionship of young people.
Translations of “companion”
in Korean 동반자…
in Arabic رَفيْق…
in French compagnon, compagne, manuel…
in Italian compagno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, 同伴, 夥伴…
in Russian спутник, компаньон…
in Turkish ahbap, arkadaş, yol arkadaşı…
in Polish towarzysz/ka…
in Portuguese companheiro, -a…
in German der/die Begleiter/in, das Handbuch…
in Catalan company, -a…
in Japanese 連れ, 付添い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, 同伴, 伙伴…
(Definition of companion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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