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Translation of "friend" - English-Spanish dictionary

friend

noun   /frend/
A1 someone that you know well and like amigo, -a Sarah is my best friend (= the friend I like most).
A2 a person you write to on an internet site amigo, -a I’ve just added Adam as a friend on Facebook.
make friends (with someone)
B1 to begin to know and like someone hacer amigos, hacerse amigo de alguien He’s shy and finds it difficult to make friends.
be friends (with someone)
B1 to know and like someone ser amigos, ser amigo de alguien I’ve been friends with Lynne for years.
verb   /frend/
to connect with someone on a social website so that you can share information, pictures, etc. conectar con A lot of people from my old job have friended me.
(Definition of friend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

friend

noun /frend/
someone who knows and likes another person very well amigo He is my best friend.
a person who acts in a friendly and generous way to people etc he or she does not know amigo She is a friend to animals.
friendless adjective
without friends sin amigos He found himself alone and friendless in the world.
friendly adjective ( comparative friendlier, superlative friendliest)
kind and willing to make friends simpático, amigable She is very friendly to everybody.
friendship noun
the state of being friends amistad an act of friendship.
a particular relationship between two friends amistad Our friendship grew through the years.
make friends (with)
to start a friendly relationship; to become friends with someone trabar amistad con alguien, hacerse amigo de alguien The child tried to make friends with the dog.
(Definition of friend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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