Definition of 'partner'
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See if you can end the relationship while staying business partners. The Sun (2016) People prefer a partner who is generous rather than rich. The Sun (2016)Do you get jealous of each other spending so much time with your celeb dance partners? The Sun (2016)My son had an argument with my partner one night and hit him in the face. The Sun (2016)Some recognise that the challengers offer something better and will partner them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your new partner has a voice you feel you recognise. The Sun (2017)The average annual earnings of full equity partners at the firm is 1.45 million. Times, Sunday Times (2017)At present, MPs must publicly declare the appointment of partners or family members and may only hire one at a time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All staff members have the chance to be a partner in the firm. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Otherwise his company will have no partners. MANAGING IN TURBULENT TIMES (1980)Make sure you draw up an agreement with your remaining business partner. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You first notice your new partner where people are applauding. The Sun (2016)There is no charge for transferring funds between married couples or civil partners. Times, Sunday Times (2014)America remains our single most important partner and ally. Times, Sunday Times (2009) One or both partners is likely to become depressed. The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting (1993)Your new partner is a member of a locally famous family. The Sun (2014)The pair were partners on and off screen for the next eight years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Your new partner works in the medical world. The Sun (2013)Their natural partners in crime in the pan are chilli and garlic. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You are adults and your partner is your choice. The Sun (2015)But the love question a partner asks will still come as a surprise. The Sun (2008)We like people as partners whom we trust. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet it is easier for us to convince our western partner law firms to be more flexible with fees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If drawing for dance partners did not work, then abandon the idea. DEVASTATING EDEN: The Search for Utopia in America (2004)So become your own cheerleader when meeting, whether with a new person or regular partner. The Sun (2016)If the church values improvement in these areas, it must partner with business. Christianity Today (2000)The importance of each partner is judged by the share of that partner in the country 's export trade. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)In cases where reported country data were not available, gaps were filled by information from trading partner countries. Competing in a Global Economy (1990)In the background, various celebrities and their dance partners stood around in sequins and tulle, talking on their mobiles and smoking. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'partner'
British English: partner /ˈpɑːtnə/ NOUN
in relationship Your partner is the person you are married to or are having a long-term romantic relationship with.
Wanting other friends doesn't mean you don't love your partner.
- American English: partner
- Arabic: شَرِيكٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: parceiro
- Chinese: 合伙人
- Croatian: partner
- Czech: partner
- Danish: partner
- Dutch: partner
- European Spanish: pareja compañero
- Finnish: kumppani
- French: partenaire
- German: Partner
- Greek: σύντροφος
- Italian: partner
- Japanese: 相手
- Korean: 파트너
- Norwegian: partner
- Polish: partner
- European Portuguese: parceiro
- Romanian: partener
- Russian: супруг
- Spanish: pareja compañero
- Swedish: partner
- Thai: คู่สมรส
- Turkish: partner
- Ukrainian: партнер
- Vietnamese: bạn tình
British English: partner VERB
If you partner someone, you are their partner in a game or in a dance.
He had partnered the famous ballerina.
British English: partner NOUN
in business The partners in a firm or business are the people who share the ownership of it.
He's a partner in the law firm.
Definition of partner from the Collins English Dictionary
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