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associate

verb /əˈsəusieit/
to connect in the mind
asociar
He always associated the smell of tobacco with his father.
(usually with with) to join (with someone) in friendship or work
encontrarse, relacionarse
They don’t usually associate (with each other) after office hours.
association noun a club, society etc
asociación
the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).
a friendship or partnership
asociación
A close association developed between the two poets.
a connection in the mind
asociación
The house had associations with her dead husband.
in association with together with
juntamente con
We are acting in association with the London branch of our company.
(Definition of associate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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