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Translation of "fraternal" - English-Spanish dictionary

fraternal

adjective   /frəˈtɜː.nəl/
relating to brothers fraternal, fraterno fraternal rivalry626
friendly, like brothers fraternal, fraterno The president’s official visit marks the start of a more fraternal relationship between the two countries.644
fraternally adverb   /-nə.li/
(Definition of fraternal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fraternal

adjective /frəˈtəːnl/
of or like a brother fraternal a fraternal greeting.
fraternally adverb
fraternalmente
fraternity noun ( plural fraternities)
a company of people who regard each other as equals, eg monks. hermandad
a company of people with the same interest, job etc asociación the banking fraternity.
(American) a society of male students in various universities. club de estudiantes
(Definition of fraternal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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