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fellow

noun /ˈfeləu/
(informal, old-fashioned) a man
tipo
He seems quite a nice fellow, but I don’t trust him.
(often as part of a word) a companion and equal
compañero, camarada
She is playing with her schoolfellows.
a member of certain academic societies; a member of the governing body or teaching staff of a college.
socio, miembro
fellowship noun an association (of people with common interests)
asociación
a youth fellowship (= a club for young people).
friendliness
compañerismo
human fellowship.
a scholarship given to a graduate student for advanced studies or for research.
beca
fellow-feeling noun sympathy (especially for someone in a similar situation, of similar tastes etc)
simpatía
I had a fellow-feeling for the other patient with the broken leg.
(Definition of fellow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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