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aliado

Word forms: aliado, aliada
adjective
allied
masculine noun/feminine noun
ally
los Aliados the Allies
masculine noun (Southern Cone)
(emparedado) toasted sandwich
(bebida) mixed drink

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Además, desde mediados de siglo, los conservadores comenzaron a contar con un poderoso aliado para su causa en los técnicos forestales, que esgrimían argumentos diferentes.
Ramón Garrabou & Jesús Sanz Historia agraria de la España contemporánea. Vol 2. Expansión y crisis
El militar al mando sería un español, salvo que el principio de rotación aliado obligue a cambios continuos de generales de varias nacionalidades.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
En aquella ocasión, con el general Carreño como aliado , jugó seis partidas y las perdió todas.
Gabriel García Márquez El general en su laberinto

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'aliado' in Other Languages

British English: ally /ˈælaɪ/ NOUN
An ally is a country, organization, or person that helps and supports another.
...the Western allies.
  • American English: ally
  • Arabic: حَلِيف
  • Brazilian Portuguese: aliado
  • Chinese: 同盟国
  • Croatian: saveznik
  • Czech: spojenec
  • Danish: allieret
  • Dutch: bondgenoot
  • European Spanish: aliado
  • Finnish: liittolainen
  • French: allié
  • German: Verbündeter
  • Greek: σύμμαχος
  • Italian: alleato
  • Japanese: 同盟国
  • Korean: 동맹국
  • Norwegian: alliert
  • Polish: sojusznik
  • European Portuguese: aliado
  • Romanian: aliat
  • Russian: союзник
  • Latin American Spanish: aliado
  • Swedish: allierad
  • Thai: สัมพันธมิตร
  • Turkish: müttefik
  • Ukrainian: союзник
  • Vietnamese: đồng minh
British English: allied ADJECTIVE
Allied forces or troops are armies from different countries who are fighting on the same side in a war.
...the approaching Allied forces.
  • American English: allied
  • Brazilian Portuguese: aliado
  • Chinese: 盟国的
  • European Spanish: aliado
  • French: allié
  • German: alliiert
  • Italian: alleato
  • Japanese: 同盟関係にある
  • Korean: 동맹한
  • European Portuguese: aliado
  • Latin American Spanish: aliado

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