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Translation of "partner" - English-Spanish dictionary

partner

noun   /ˈpɑːt·nər/
A2 someone that you are dancing or playing a sport or game with pareja, compañero, -a
B1 someone that you are married to or having a sexual relationship with pareja, compañero, -a Are partners invited to the office dinner?
someone who owns a business with another person socio, -a He’s a partner in a law firm.
(Definition of partner from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

partner

noun /ˈpaːtnə/
a person who shares the ownership of a business etc with one or more others socio She was made a partner in the firm.
one of two people who dance, play in a game etc together pareja a tennis/dancing partner.
partnership noun
the state of being or becoming partners sociedad a business partnership He entered into partnership with his brother.
people playing together in a game tándem, pareja, asociación The champions were defeated by the partnership of Rutherford and Carragher in the men’s doubles.
(Definition of partner from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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