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Spanish translation of “league”

league

noun /liːɡ/
a union of persons, nations etc for the benefit of each other
liga
the World League for the Protection of Animals.
a grouping of sports clubs for games
liga
the football league.
be in league with to be allied to
estar aliado/compinchado (con alguien)
The British were in league with the Dutch to suppress the Republic.
(Definition of league from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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