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Translation of "company" - English-Spanish dictionary

company

noun   /ˈkʌm·pə·ni/
A2 ( plural companies) an organization that sells things or services empresa a software company
[no plural] a state of having a person or people with you compañía I enjoy his company.
keep someone company
to stay with someone so that they are not alone hacer compañía a alguien I keep Grandma company every Saturday.
[no plural] visitors to your home invitados We have company coming for dinner.
(Definition of company from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

company

noun /ˈkampəni/ ( plural companies)
(business) a number of people joined together for a (commercial) purpose compañía a glass-manufacturing company.
guests visita I’m expecting company tonight.
companionship compañía I was grateful for her company She’s always good company.
a group of companions compañía He got into bad company.
a large group of soldiers, especially part of an infantry battalion compañía the 2nd Missouri Infantry Company.
keep (someone) company
to go, stay etc with (someone) hacerle compañía a alguien I’ll come too, and keep you company.
part company (with)
to leave or separate separarse They parted company (with each other) at the bus stop.
(Definition of company from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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