compaƱero

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compaƱero
adj.
accompanying.
m.
1 companion, comrade, friend, pal.
2 associate, affiliate, partner.
3 live-in lover.
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compaƱero
ā–ŗ nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 (sentimental, pareja) partner
2 (colega) companion, mate; (camarada) comrade
3 figurado (guante, zapato, etc) the other one, the one that goes with this one
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FRASEOLOGƍA
compaƱero,-a de armas comrade-in-arms
compaƱero,-a de colegio schoolmate
compaƱero,-a de equipo team-mate
compaƱero,-a de fatigas fellow sufferer
compaƱero,-a de habitaciĆ³n roommate
compaƱero,-a de piso flatmate
compaƱero,-a de trabajo workmate, colleague
compaƱero,-a de viaje travelling companion
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(f. - compaƱera)
noun
companion, fellow
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compaƱero, -a
SM / F
1) [gen] companion; (Dep, Naipes) partner; (Dep) [de equipo] team-mate

compaƱero/a de armas ā€” comrade-in-arms

compaƱero/a de baile ā€” dancing partner

compaƱero/a de cama ā€” bedfellow

compaƱero/a de candidatura ā€” running mate

compaƱero/a de clase ā€” schoolmate, classmate

compaƱero/a de cuarto ā€” roommate

compaƱero/a de infortunio ā€” companion in misfortune

compaƱero/a de juego ā€” playmate

compaƱero/a de piso ā€” flatmate, roommate (EEUU)

compaƱero/a de rancho ā€” messmate

compaƱero/a de trabajo ā€” [en fĆ”brica] workmate, fellow worker; [en oficina] colleague

compaƱero/a de viaje ā€” fellow traveller, fellow traveler (EEUU)

compaƱero/a sentimental ā€” partner

2)

dos calcetines que no son compaƱeros ā€” two odd socks, two socks which do not match

ĀædĆ³nde estĆ” el compaƱero de este? ā€” where is the one that goes with this?, where is the other one (of the pair)?

3) (Pol) brother/sister

Ā”compaƱeros! ā€” comrades!

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-ra masculino, femenino
a) (en actividad)

un compaƱero de equipo ā€” a fellow team member

fuimos compaƱeros de universidad ā€” we were at college together

compaƱero de cuarto or habitaciĆ³n ā€” roommate

compaƱero de juegos/de clase/de trabajo ā€” playmate/classmate/workmate

b) (pareja sentimental, en juegos) partner
c) (fam) (de guante, calcetĆ­n) pair

ĀædĆ³nde estĆ” el compaƱero de este guante? ā€” where's the other glove?

d) (Pol) comrade
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= bedfellow, colleague, companion, fellow, partner, helpmate, mate, partner, male partner, sexual partner, matching.
Ex. I would like to devote a couple of moments each to what may seem strange bedfellows at first: Sholom Aleichem, Melvil's Rib, the CIA, and La Jolla, California.
Ex. Thus the electronic journal (e-journal) is a concept where scientists are able to input ideas and text to a computer data base for their colleagues to view, and similarly to view the work of others.
Ex. In one, called working on time or in pocket, the clicker received copy and instructions from the overseer and divided the work among his companions.
Ex. Some children are swayed more than others by the attitudes, opinions, behavior of friends and fellows, but none escapes unaffected, not even the outsider, the loner.
Ex. Under this agreement, UTLAS has a Quebec partner with the exclusive right to offer UTLAS' services and products in that province.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Microcomputer library resources: headache or helpmate?.
Ex. Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
Ex. This project did not attempt to look at more personal factors such as partners and dependants on this occasion .
Ex. According to custom, men are allowed to have concubines & women lack the right to refuse sex to their male partners.
Ex. Mating strategies also appeared to be influenced by birth order, most notably in the area of infidelity, with middleborns being the least likely birth order to cheat on a sexual partner.
Ex. By selecting this qualifier all works having a matching number of pages will be included in the search.
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* compaƱero de casa = housemate.
* compaƱero de casa, compaƱero de piso = housemate.
* compaƱero de clase = classmate.
* compaƱero de equipo = teammate.
* compaƱero de estudios = co-student.
* compaƱero de fatigas = brother in arms.
* compaƱero de habitaciĆ³n = roommate.
* compaƱero de juego = teammate.
* compaƱero del alma = soulmate, kindred spirit.
* compaƱero de piso = flatmate, housemate.
* compaƱero de profesiĆ³n = colleague.
* compaƱero de trabajo = co-worker [coworker], male colleague, work colleague, fellow worker.
* compaƱero de viaje = fellow traveller.
* compaƱero de vida = lifemate.
* compaƱeros = peer group.
* compaƱero sentimental = male partner.
* enseƱanza por compaƱeros = peer instruction.
* red de antiguos compaƱeros = old boy network.
* relaciĆ³n entre compaƱeros = peer interaction.
* tutorƭas por compaƱeros = peer coaching.
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-ra masculino, femenino
a) (en actividad)

un compaƱero de equipo ā€” a fellow team member

fuimos compaƱeros de universidad ā€” we were at college together

compaƱero de cuarto or habitaciĆ³n ā€” roommate

compaƱero de juegos/de clase/de trabajo ā€” playmate/classmate/workmate

b) (pareja sentimental, en juegos) partner
c) (fam) (de guante, calcetĆ­n) pair

ĀædĆ³nde estĆ” el compaƱero de este guante? ā€” where's the other glove?

d) (Pol) comrade
* * *
= bedfellow, colleague, companion, fellow, partner, helpmate, mate, partner, male partner, sexual partner, matching.

Ex: I would like to devote a couple of moments each to what may seem strange bedfellows at first: Sholom Aleichem, Melvil's Rib, the CIA, and La Jolla, California.

Ex: Thus the electronic journal (e-journal) is a concept where scientists are able to input ideas and text to a computer data base for their colleagues to view, and similarly to view the work of others.
Ex: In one, called working on time or in pocket, the clicker received copy and instructions from the overseer and divided the work among his companions.
Ex: Some children are swayed more than others by the attitudes, opinions, behavior of friends and fellows, but none escapes unaffected, not even the outsider, the loner.
Ex: Under this agreement, UTLAS has a Quebec partner with the exclusive right to offer UTLAS' services and products in that province.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Microcomputer library resources: headache or helpmate?.
Ex: Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
Ex: This project did not attempt to look at more personal factors such as partners and dependants on this occasion .
Ex: According to custom, men are allowed to have concubines & women lack the right to refuse sex to their male partners.
Ex: Mating strategies also appeared to be influenced by birth order, most notably in the area of infidelity, with middleborns being the least likely birth order to cheat on a sexual partner.
Ex: By selecting this qualifier all works having a matching number of pages will be included in the search.
* compaƱero de casa = housemate.
* compaƱero de casa, compaƱero de piso = housemate.
* compaƱero de clase = classmate.
* compaƱero de equipo = teammate.
* compaƱero de estudios = co-student.
* compaƱero de fatigas = brother in arms.
* compaƱero de habitaciĆ³n = roommate.
* compaƱero de juego = teammate.
* compaƱero del alma = soulmate, kindred spirit.
* compaƱero de piso = flatmate, housemate.
* compaƱero de profesiĆ³n = colleague.
* compaƱero de trabajo = co-worker [coworker], male colleague, work colleague, fellow worker.
* compaƱero de viaje = fellow traveller.
* compaƱero de vida = lifemate.
* compaƱeros = peer group.
* compaƱero sentimental = male partner.
* enseƱanza por compaƱeros = peer instruction.
* red de antiguos compaƱeros = old boy network.
* relaciĆ³n entre compaƱeros = peer interaction.
* tutorƭas por compaƱeros = peer coaching.

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compaƱero -ra
masculine, feminine
1
(en una actividad): un compaƱero de equipo a fellow team member, another member of the team
es una compaƱera que trabaja en la fƔbrica she works with me at the factory, she's a worker from the factory (AmE), she's a workmate of mine at the factory
compaƱero de clase classmate
mi compaƱero de banco or pupitre the boy who sits next to me at school
fuimos compaƱeros de universidad we were at college together
Ʃramos compaƱeras de clase we were schoolmates, we were at school together
compaƱero de piso roommate (AmE), flatmate (BrE)
compaƱero de cuarto or habitaciĆ³n roommate
compaƱero de trabajo (en una fƔbrica) workmate, fellow worker, coworker (AmE) (en una oficina) colleague, workmate, coworker (AmE)
2 (en naipes) partner
siempre que jugamos de compaƱeros perdemos every time we play together o as partners we lose
3 (pareja) partner
4 (fam) (de un guante, calcetĆ­n) pair
ĀædĆ³nde estĆ” el compaƱero de este guante/pendiente? where's the pair for this glove/earring?, where's the glove/earring that goes with this one?
Compuestos:
ā— compaƱero de armas
comrade-in-arms
ā— compaƱero de viaje
(en un viaje) traveling* companion; (Pol) fellow traveler*
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Ā 

compaƱero
ā—Š -ra sustantivo masculino, femenino

a) (en actividad):

ā—Š un compaƱero de equipo a fellow team member;

fuimos compaƱeros de universidad we were at college together;
compaƱero de clase/de trabajo classmate/workmate
b) (pareja sentimental, en juegos) partner;

(de guante, calcetĆ­n) (fam) pair
c) (Pol) comrade

compaƱero,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 companion: fuimos compaƱeros de colegio, we were school friends
(de piso) flatmate
(de habitaciĆ³n) roommate
2 (pareja sentimental) partner
'compaƱero' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amiga
- amigo
- compadre
- compaƱera
- pareja
- parejo
- socia
- socio
- compinche
- cuƱado
English:
associate
- brother
- cellmate
- classmate
- colleague
- companion
- comrade
- escort
- fellow
- flatmate
- match
- mate
- partner
- playmate
- roommate
- team-mate
- workmate
- class
- coworker
- flat
- man
- play
- room
- team
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compaƱero, -a nm,f
1. [pareja, acompaƱante] partner;
la actriz asistiĆ³ junto a su actual compaƱero the actress was accompanied by her current partner
2. [colega] colleague;
compaƱero (de clase) classmate;
compaƱero (de trabajo) colleague, Br workmate, US co-worker;
fue compaƱero mƭo en la universidad he was at university with me;
hemos sido compaƱeros de aventuras we've done lots of things together
Comp
compaƱero de apartamento Br flatmate, US roommate;
compaƱero de armas comrade-in-arms;
compaƱero de casa housemate;
compaƱero de cuarto roommate;
compaƱero de equipo team-mate;
Esp compaƱero de piso Br flatmate, US roommate;
compaƱero de viaje travelling companion
3. [en juegos por parejas] partner
4. [par]
el compaƱero de este guante/calcetƭn the glove/sock that goes with this one
5. [camarada] comrade;
el compaƱero Rodrƭguez comrade Rodrƭguez
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compaƱero
m, compaƱera f companion; en una relaciĆ³n, un juego partner
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compaƱero, -Ʊera n
: companion, mate, partner
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compaƱero n
1. (amigo) companion
su perro es su Ćŗnico compaƱero his dog is his only companion
2. (pareja) partner
es mi compaƱera de tenis she's my tennis partner
3. (de trabajo) colleague
compaƱero de clase classmate
compaƱero de piso flatmate

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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