Translation of flatmate in Spanish:

flatmate

compañero de apartamento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈflatmeɪt//ˈflætˌmeɪt/

noun

British

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    compañero de apartamento masculine
    compañera de apartamento feminine
    compañero de piso masculine Spain
    compañera de piso feminine Spain
    • However, we're moving into a place together as friends and flatmates, for the purpose of improving our lives and lifestyles.
    • He disappeared just weeks before the attack was due to happen, telling flatmates he was going to London ‘to see a doctor’.
    • His flatmate helped to design it while another friend helped him to find the commercial deals that made the website profitable.
    • Meanwhile, in Fred's flat, he woke up when he saw his two flatmates, James and Billy, staring at him.
    • Now everyone knows who I have a ‘crush’ on, as my flatmates demanded his friends give me his number.
    • If you're on incredibly intimate terms with your flatmates, get them to check for you.
    • Six weeks later he gets engaged to the flatmate of a friend of mine.
    • I met my wife when I had a flat at Glasgow's waterfront and needed a flatmate to share.
    • I then noticed my flatmate and a whole bunch of his friends pour into the pub.
    • I must find a way to get more money, a flatmate and a new flat.
    • The other morning one of my male flatmates was walking around the flat post-shower with just a towel around his waist.
    • Only one person out of my seven flatmates could cook, and he had spent his schooldays at boarding school.
    • It didn't help that our flat was often party central, and my flatmates drank pretty much daily.
    • She has also failed to contact flatmates in London.
    • Serve with salad, crusty bread and Chardonnay to two appreciative flatmates.
    • Consider carefully whether these people are friends, or mere flatmates and acquaintances.
    • My old flatmate and good friend Phil was Australian, so he wanted to take in a few shows at the Festival.
    • The enthusiastic support of friends and flatmates falls on deaf ears.
    • Next morning, the flatmates have to laugh at me because I'm sitting in my dressing gown, staring into space with the goofiest grin you can imagine.
    • If I had better willpower, I could leave it in my fridge for my flatmate / friends.