There are 2 main translations of friend in Spanish

: friend1friend2

friend1

amigo, n.

Pronunciation /frɛnd//frɛnd/

noun

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    • 1.1(close acquaintance)

      amigo masculine
      amiga feminine
      a friend of ours/my father('s)/the family un amigo nuestro/de mi padre/de la familia
      • she's no friend of mine amiga mía no es
      • he felt he was among friends se sentía entre amigos
      • they're staying with friends están en casa de unos amigos
      • her many friends sus muchos amigos
      • they've been friends for years hace años que son amigos
      • they're very close friends son íntimos amigos
      • they're the best of friends again están de lo más amigos otra vez
      • (said by children) I'm not friends with you any more! ya no juego / no me junto más contigo
      • he doesn't make friends easily le cuesta hacer amigos
      • he soon made friends with her/the other boys en poco tiempo se hizo amigo suyo/de los otros niños
      • they shook hands and made friends se dieron la mano e hicieron las paces
      • to make a friend of sb ganarse la amistad de algn
      • we're just good friends solo somos amigos
      • (set phrase) with friends like that, who needs enemies? con amigos así ¿quién necesita enemigos?
      • that's what friends are for para eso están los amigos
      • any friend of yours is a friend of mine tus amigos son mis amigos
      • who goes there: friend or foe? ¿quién vive?
      • the dog is man's best friend el perro es el mejor amigo del hombre
      • my (right) honourable friend mi respetable colega
      • friend with benefits amigo con ventaja
      • a friend in need is a friend indeed en las malas se conoce a los amigos
      • Those were moments not to be missed, as so many relatives and family friends were present.
      • The sincere sympathy of the community is extended to her family, relatives and friends on their loss.
      • Glenn nearly destroyed my future and relationships with friends and family.
      • Gerry celebrated the occasion with his family and close friends and a great night was had by all.
      • Rowly, as he was known to almost everyone, was a close friend to the Kennedy family.
      • On the second day, we went to visit a couple of family friends and a relative who are in mourning.
      • He has been slowly rebuilding his life with the help of close friends and family.
      • Make an effort to cultivate effective relationships with family, friends and colleagues
      • He will be remembered with much affection by his family and close friends.
      • I just don't put enough effort into my relationships with my friends and family.
      • He rendered a couple of poems to applause from the audience, most of whom were his friends and relatives.
      • Their home was a very happy place, which family, relatives and friends loved to visit.
      • NASA permits astronauts to take some souvenirs for their family and close friends.
      • This recipe comes from a close friend of mine with whom I worked when I was living in London.
      • They can also supplement an existing home care arrangement provided by family or close friends.
      • Family, relations and friends can be a source of help and comfort.
      • Jason was joined by family relatives and friends for a celebration party in Fallon's Bar.
      • Many estate owners do not have family or friends whom they can confidently nominate in their estate plan.
      • You stay with close friends and family and treasure a cozy feeling at home.
      • A lucky minority were housed with relatives or family friends who were already established in the UK.

    • 1.2(supporter)

      amigo masculine
      amiga feminine
      the Friends of Kingston Hospital la Asociación de Amigos del Hospital de Kingston
      • Written by Elizabeth, chair of the Friends, it is the result of four years of teamwork by the committee.
      • But it might not now happen for another year, a member of Friends of East Park fears.
      • There is also an appeal for anyone who might join the Friends of St Andrew's.
      • The new Hospital Garden, provided by the Friends this year, is being well used by patients.
      • The Friends of St Mary's Church was set up in 1998 to raise money to maintain the church.
      • The Friends of Healey Dell fear the move could put local wildlife at risk.
      • The Friends of Imber Church feel let down.
      • The building's owners have now offered the Friends the opportunity to buy the Winter Gardens.
      • Mr Ritchie said the Friends would continue to campaign for a year round ban.
      • Mrs Marigold Hibbert is a Friend of St Mary's Hospital in a small northern town.
      • Chairman of the Friends of the Museum and borough councillor John McCloy does not see a problem.
      • All funds raised from the event will assist the work of the Friends of the Koala.
      • Volunteers from the Friends of the Heritage Centre will also man the building.
      • He also met representatives of English Heritage and spoke to some of the Friends of Victoria Baths.
      • The Friends of Roberts Park are currently looking at projects we can tackle.
      • He says the other way he hopes some of the Friends would be able to assist is through fundraising.
      • The Friends will also be at the Dounby show to drum up some more support.
      • Krause maintains that not everyone joins the Friends or stays a member for the same reason.
      • Part of the funds raised by the sale of the book will be donated to the Friends of St Peter's Church.
      • He also said the work was carried out after consulting the Friends of Rochdale Cemetery and visitors.

    • 1.3euphemistic (lover)

      amigo masculine euphemistic
      amiga feminine euphemistic

  • 2Friend

    Religion
    cuáquero masculine
    cuáquera feminine
    the Society of Friends la Sociedad de los Amigos
    • At the Society of Friends, he would put his arm around newcomers and encourage them into the group.

There are 2 main translations of friend in Spanish

: friend1friend2

friend2

agregar (a) amigos, v.

Pronunciation /frɛnd//frɛnd/

transitive verb

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    agregar (a) amigos
    agregar (a) contactos