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Spanish translation of “familiar”

familiar

adjective /fəˈmiljə/
well-known
conocido, familiar
The house was familiar to him She looks very familiar (to me).
(with with) knowing about
familiarizado con
Are you familiar with the plays of Shakespeare?
too friendly
íntimo
I thought he was being too familiar with my wife.
familiarly adverb
familiarmente
She greeted him familiarly with a hug.
familiarity /-liˈӕ-/ noun (plural familiarities) the state of being familiar
familiaridad
I was surprised by her familiarity with our way of life.
an act of (too) friendly behaviour/behavior
familiaridad
You must not allow such familiarities.
familiarize verb ( (also familiariseBritish)) (with with) to make something well known to (someone)
familiarizarse con
You must familiarize yourself with the rules.
familiarization noun ( (also familiarisationBritish))
familiarización
(Definition of familiar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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