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Meaning of “pal” - Learner’s Dictionary

pal

noun [C]
 
 
/pæl/ informal
a friend: He's an old pal of mine.Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
Translations of “pal”
in Arabic صَديق…
in Korean 친구…
in Malaysian kawan…
in French copain/-ine…
in Turkish arkadaş, dost, ahbap…
in Italian amico, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 朋友,好友, (有時用於稱呼令人討厭的男性)老兄,老弟…
in Russian приятель…
in Polish kumpel/a…
in Vietnamese bạn…
in Spanish amigo, colega…
in Portuguese amigo, -a…
in Thai เพื่อนฝูง…
in German der Kumpel…
in Catalan amic, -iga, col·lega…
in Japanese 友達, 相棒…
in Indonesian teman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 朋友,好友, (有时用于称呼令人讨厌的男性)老兄,老弟…
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