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Translation of "fraternity" - English-Spanish dictionary

fraternity

noun   /frəˈtɜː.nə.ti/
a group of people who have the same job or interest mundo, clase the legal fraternity (= lawyers) the criminal fraternity (= criminals) The racing world is a pretty close-knit fraternity.669
US ( informal frat) a social organization for male students at an American or Canadian college asociación estudiantil →  Compare sorority 427
[no plural] a feeling of friendship and support fraternidad He described sport as a symbol of peace and a means of promoting fraternity between nations.644
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