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Translation of "affair" - English-Spanish dictionary

affair

noun   /əˈfeər/
a sexual relationship between two people when one or both of them is married to someone else aventura He had an affair with a woman at work.
a situation, especially a bad one asunto The government’s handling of the affair has been widely criticized. The way the mayor’s office is handling the affair is being criticized.
(Definition of affair from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

affair

noun /əˈfeə/
happenings etc which are connected with a particular person or thing caso the Suez affair.
(informal, old-fashioned) a thing cosa The new machine is a weird-looking affair.
(often in plural) business; concern(s) asunto financial affairs Where I go is entirely my own affair.
a love relationship amorío, relación His wife found out about his affair with another woman.
(Definition of affair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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