Definition of 'pal'
Example sentences containing 'pal'
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My pal put two and two together and made five. The Sun (2016)And his close pal Chase attempts to get to him. The Sun (2016)Why doesn't she just join her old pals on stage and do another album? The Sun (2017)The two are pals again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)MORE than half of youngsters picked on over mental health problems say their pals are the ones who bully them. The Sun (2016)The footballers are close pals and were spotted at a hotel pool party in Miami in July. The Sun (2016)Also this episode... Freddie is shaken by the arrival of an old pal. The Sun (2016)Seeing an old pal looking good inspires you to try that healthy eating programme. The Sun (2013)Luck reunites you with an old school pal. The Sun (2012)And pals say they are ecstatic about their impending arrival. The Sun (2007)By this time he had met a man who was to become a lifelong pal. CELEBRATING SECOMBE: A Tribute to Sir Harry Secombe (2002)She was telling pals how gorgeous she thinks he is. The Sun (2012)Luck arranges a reunion of old pals. The Sun (2012)But he was arrested after telling pals how he had fooled the officers. The Sun (2013)Do go to dinner with old pals. The Sun (2006)An old pal returns to your life and will bring amazing news. The Sun (2006)They have become my true pals and we often get together to discuss the trials of homework and domestic discipline. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The pal added 'This is a big blow for her. The Sun (2013)Sharing an Italian meal with a good pal leads to some lucky ideas. The Sun (2006)Pals say they split finally in June. The Sun (2009)He's such a good pal and he makes me laugh. The Sun (2012)She tells pals she has a crush on Pete. The Sun (2011)All things work for the good, pal. Christianity Today (2000)But he fears it is bad news for his old pals at Liverpool. The Sun (2014)Carers have placed him in a quieter kennel, but this does mean that other pals become snapped up first. The Sun (2015)Luck links four good pals. The Sun (2008)The pal added: 'They are getting on fine. The Sun (2012)The pal added: 'There are clubs that would bite his arm off. The Sun (2013)Pals say the pair remain'really close' and are looking forward to being parents. The Sun (2015)The pal added: 'She would be made up if he became a star. The Sun (2008)She flew to the country after telling pals she was going to Spain to visit her Dad. The Sun (2009)A close pal said: 'She had a great time on the show and is looking forward to her next project. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'pal'
British English: pal /pæl/ NOUN
Your pals are your friends.
The two women became close pals.
- American English: pal
- Arabic: صَدِيقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: camarada
- Chinese: 伙伴
- Croatian: prijatelj
- Czech: kamarád
- Danish: ven
- Dutch: makker
- European Spanish: compinche
- Finnish: kaveri
- French: pote
- German: Kumpel
- Greek: φιλαράκος
- Italian: amico
- Japanese: 友だち
- Korean: 친구
- Norwegian: kompis
- Polish: kumpel
- European Portuguese: camarada
- Romanian: amic
- Russian: друг
- Spanish: compinche
- Swedish: kompis
- Thai: เพื่อนสนิท
- Turkish: yakın dost
- Ukrainian: приятель
- Vietnamese: bạn thân
Definition of pal from the Collins English Dictionary
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