Translation of fellow in Spanish:

fellow

tipo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɛləʊ//ˈfɛloʊ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(man)

      tipo masculine informal
      hombre masculine
      sujeto masculine
      that fellow in the green suit ese tipo de traje verde informal
      • a clever fellow un tipo listo
      • he's a real nice fellow es un tipo realmente simpático
      • as form of address hello, old fellow hola, viejo
      • my dear fellow amigo mío
      • now listen to me, young fellow óigame bien, jovencito
      • give a fellow a chance! ¡no me atosigues!
      • I have had the privilege of meeting Brendan, and he is a really nice chap, a splendid fellow.
      • Tomorrow night, we will talk with a very interesting fellow.
      • The fellow even killed a man who stole a loaf of bread from his bakery.
      • I have a fondness for little old guys like these fellows and often try to find a way to strike up a conversation.
      • And it only seems sensible to do what the fellow in the black body armour is suggesting.
      • His most gaudy sayings and doings seldom deceive them; they see the actual man within, and know him for a shallow and pathetic fellow.
      • She'd married another waiter, although the fellow was more customer than waiter.
      • All fellows who do this sort of thing must be blacklisted.
      • Tom had worked in the woods with one of the fellows, the other guy was a truck driver.
      • The mentor needs to customize each role to match the characteristics of the fellow.
      • Thomas, my driver, was a spotlessly tidy, smartly dressed, obviously well washed and well-watered fellow.
      • One man, a large fellow with arms like steel girders, stormed towards them, demanding to know what they were doing.
      • This guy was a young fellow called Doug Woolerton.
      • He knows this fellow's been captured, and he will be elusive.
      • Instead, they think about the fellows, the young men and women they served with who are still in Iraq.
      • Bigger lads too took part in this old custom while even bigger fellows played in bars to get the extra few ‘bob’ for a few pints of porter.
      • It's actually a strength, because I'm sort of a memorable-looking fellow.
      • Again, I do not know what action, if any, was taken to address the individual fellow's grievance.
      • Then he tells them not to follow anyone - including, presumably, that fellow who was preaching on the Mount in the earlier scenes.
      • The mentor teaches the fellow to document for him or herself where the time goes, to spot time wasters and be ruthless in eliminating them.

    • 1.2informal (boyfriend)

      novio masculine
      pololo masculine Chile informal

  • 2

    (member)
    (of learned society) miembro de número masculine
    • At twenty-two he became a fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, and curate to his father at Epworth, and entered the adult world on which he was to make so profound an impact.
    • Alex Pollock is resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
    • The council consists of around a dozen senior fellows, headed by the college master.
    • Charlotte Klonk is a research fellow at the University of Warwick.
    • Christopher M. Meissner is a lecturer in economics at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of King's College.
    • First there was a general interview at which the candidates were grilled by the master, dean, senior tutor, and fellows of the subject.
    • In 1984 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London in recognition of his talents.
    • After four years of post-graduate studies and a year as a junior fellow at the Royal College of Music, Rachel now divides her time between teaching and performing.
    • Professor Gary Hamel is a research fellow at Harvard Business School.
    • Paul Pettitt is a research fellow at Keble College, Oxford
    • In March 1981 Conway was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London.
    • She is a Harvard University research fellow and joins us tonight from Philadelphia.
    • He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1969 and was a member of its council from 1974 to 1976.
    • He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1907 and, in 1913, he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London.
    • Each year, no more than one-half of 1 percent of the society's members are elected fellows by their peers.
    • The two are among 34 fellows recognized in 2005, bringing to 532 the total number named since the program's inception.
    • After the award of his doctorate, Wittgenstein was appointed a lecturer at Cambridge and he was made a fellow of Trinity College.
    • In recent years the college, which was founded in 1893, has faced problems attracting students and fellows because of its unique status.
    • Thimgan was a member of the U.S. Naval Institute and a fellow in the American Society of Marine Artists.
    • In almost every university also, the executive head was once upon a time a research fellow or ordinary lecturer.
    • ‘I feel very honoured and it's nice to be one of the very first fellows under the University of Bolton banner,’ said Dr Iddon.
    • Addison, a precocious scholar, was educated at Charterhouse and Oxford, becoming a fellow of Magdalen College in 1698.
    • She currently is research fellow in the School of African and Asian Studies at the University of Sussex.
    • He was a founder member and fellow of Green College.
    • He was also elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and was president of the Royal Irish Academy from 1961 to 1964.
    • He's a clinical and forensic psychologist who works at a psychiatric hospital, and a research fellow at Cambridge's Institute of Criminology.
    • She is a senior research fellow and senior lecturer in the Department of Social Studies, Trinity College Dublin.
    • He is also the Northern Taiwan Society's deputy chairman and a research fellow at Academia Sinica.
    • Charles Murtaugh is a research fellow in the molecular and cellular biology department at Harvard University.
    • Less surprising is the large number of schoolmasters, top public school headmasters, college fellows and masters, and university professors.
    • Joel Kotkin is fellow at the New America Foundation.
    • We noted above that he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1953, at the age of only 29.
    • He then read classics and humanities at Oxford and became a fellow of Merton College in 1869.
    • It is traditional for new fellows of the society to walk to the podium in the large meeting room that dominates the building in order to sign the roll of honor and shake the president's hand.
    • Jennifer C. Braceras, a lawyer and mother is a research fellow at Harvard Law School.
    • In 1963 he became professor of pathology at the institute and a founder fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists.
    • Mark Wooden is a professorial research fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic Research.
    • Prof Baldwin was appointed research fellow on York University's Family Fund Research Project in 1973.
    • Siop also elected 14 of its members as fellows of the division, the society's highest honor.
    • Two became fellows at All Souls and the other got the best economics first at Cambridge since the war.
    • However in 1820 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and in the same year he was a major influence in founding the Royal Astronomical Society.
    • Turner became a fellow of Merton College, Oxford in 1607, holding the fellowship until 1648.
    • His last academic station was Yale University where he served as a research fellow and instructor for two years.
    • In 1968 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London.
    • By then he was a fellow of Merton College, Oxford, and studying Sanskrit in Heidelberg.
    • Anders Strindberg is a visiting research fellow at Princeton University.
    • Mr. Dam is a board member and a senior fellow of the Brookings Institution, one of the world's oldest and most respected think tanks.
    • British Ambassador Anthony Brenton, a one-time fellow of the university, sponsored another such talk.
    • A research fellow at the University of Sheffield, Dr Helen Clayson, hopes to find out more about the disease and how it affects people so that care can be improved.
    • In 1785 he and Boulton were elected fellows of the Royal Society.
    • Having attracted Laud's attention as a preacher, he was sent by him to Oxford and became a fellow of All Souls College.
    • Kelly received a PhD in physics from Harvard University and is a fellow of the American Physical Society.
    • At present he is a research fellow in Cambridge while his girlfriend lives in Germany, ‘which is a long commute’.
    • After Oxford she got a job as a tutorial fellow at Bedford College at the University of London, but she did not enjoy it.
    • Leanne McKay is a research fellow at the University of Melbourne.
    • In February 1843 MacCullagh was elected a fellow of the Royal Society.
    • Judith Field is a research fellow at the University of Sydney.
    • He became a fellow of Emmanuel College during this period at Cambridge and it was during this time that Andrew Wiles was his research student.
    • A further anecdote describes the time one of his tutors, a junior research fellow named Patrick Sandars, gave the class some problems from a book.
    • One-third of respondents noted the positive impact of other fellows on their training; the potential value of such input from peers should not be minimized.

    miembro del cuerpo docente y de la junta rectora de una universidad

  • 3formal

    (companion)
    compañero masculine
    compañera feminine
    fellows in adversity compañeros en la adversidad / en el infortunio
    • Johnny, for one, wishes for a better life: college, a loving relationship, a true bond of friendship with his fellows.
    • Is there a sense among - among you fellows that - that you haven't really picked up the number of votes you'd hoped you might have at this point?
    • Now, here, I've written down the plan for you to distribute among your fellows… don't read it aloud, if you please.
    • We do not wish to be deserted by our friends and neighbors and fellows in business.
    • This man, whatever his reason, is defying the signalled wishes of the consumers, his fellows in society.
    • I plan to buy at least 2 extra copies as gifts for residents and fellows.
    • In reply he claims that he and his fellows hold their elevated position by virtue of a number of qualities which they enjoy simultaneously.
    • It is likewise not obvious that they have a right to go about dressed in a manner that is an affront to those among their fellows who have just as good a right as any to be where they are, such as in the streets and public squares and so on.
    • I used to instigate my university fellows, playing the role of Devil's advocate in very animated discussions on the subject.
    • Philosophy in the twentieth century has become a pursuit for specialists, and accordingly most philosophers who have recently acquired reputations are famous only among their fellows.
    • He was a child of the 60's whose memory will live on whenever good fellows meet in friendship.
    • When they were closer to the second bulwark, she disappeared among her fellows.
    • This man was a very popular man among his fellows - they would never dare say to him that he was not a good singer, or that his other bandmates were not musical superstars.
    • The motoring associations are good fellows to suggest that cyclists or pedestrians may use any roads at all, as they do not pay for them to anything like the extent the motorist does.
    • As a good practicing Christian, don't you think many of your Christian friends, and fellows and other followers would be aghast at this?
    • Only when this happens will upright people stand out among their fellows.
    • Once the other locals notice you are approachable and downright friendly fellows, they too may step up to help get you drunk.
    • Oddly enough we did meet a similar bunch of fellows.

adjective

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    fellow student/worker compañero de estudios/trabajo masculine
    • fellow sufferer compañera en la desgracia or de infortunio
    • fellow citizen conciudadana
    • fellow countryman compatriota
    • his fellow Democrats/Socialists sus correligionarios
    • he has no love for his fellow men no le tiene amor al prójimo
    • I'd want to help my fellow man out but why would I support them when I don't see them supporting me?
    • She meets Robert, a dentist, whose life appears conventional, but is in fact a fellow lost soul.
    • Chris Falls, who has 25 years in the industry, is keen to improve the wages and conditions of his fellow shearers and other pastoral workers.
    • Locating food for the dogs was a daily exercise in resourcefulness that involved a network of friends, relatives and fellow dog lovers.
    • Do atheists believe that calling their fellow man a ‘fool’ will put them in danger of being sent to hell?
    • Sometimes I pass a fellow lost soul and exchange a nod of acknowledgement but this is a big maze and it seems to swallow people up.
    • I am a regular reader and would like to share my views with fellow readers.
    • Better yet, bring some treats to share with your fellow voters.
    • The festival also offered the chance to talk with fellow readers and share reading recommendations.
    • He said he did not walk away from the discussion because he had a ‘biblical duty’ to show his fellow man the correct way.
    • He's met his share of resistance from fellow servants.
    • I have a few burning national issues to share with my fellow countrymen and women.
    • Can we remain human when we relegate the majority of our fellow citizens to inhumane conditions?
    • Therefore when I see these values shared by my fellow citizens, that strengthens me.
    • Viewers were asked to decide on who best coped with conditions and fellow competitors.
    • Youngsters meet with fellow students who share the same faith for sessions run by a tutor, also of the same faith.
    • Bush and his regime are businesspeople, who are doing business with fellow, powerful businesspeople in other parts of the world.
    • Mr Bursell's experiences were shared by fellow Yorkshireman Andrew Jenkins.
    • His fellow crew men did not raise the alarm until the Monday morning as they thought he had stayed on the Spanish vessel.
    • I met one fellow soldier the day he arrived in camp, fully trained.