English translation of 'solidário'
solidáriosolidária [soliˈdarju, a]
1. (pessoa) supportive
2. (a uma causa etc) sympathetic
3. (law: obrigação)
(: devedores) jointly liable
ser solidário a or com (pessoa) to stand by; (causa) to be sympathetic to, sympathize with
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'solidário' in Other Languages
British English: sympathetic /ˌsɪmpəˈθɛtɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If you are sympathetic to someone who has had a misfortune, you are kind to them and show that you understand how they are feeling.
She was very sympathetic to the problems of students.
- American English: sympathetic
- Arabic: مُتَعَاطِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: solidário
- Chinese: 同情的
- Croatian: simpatetičan
- Czech: chápající
- Danish: medfølende
- Dutch: sympathiek
- European Spanish: comprensivo
- Finnish: myötätuntoinen
- French: compréhensif sympathique
- German: mitfühlend
- Greek: συμπονετικός
- Italian: comprensivo
- Japanese: 同情的な
- Korean: 동정적인
- Norwegian: sympatisk
- Polish: pełen współczucia
- European Portuguese: solidário
- Romanian: înțelegător
- Russian: сочувствующий
- Spanish: comprensivo
- Swedish: sympatisk
- Thai: เห็นอกเห็นใจ
- Turkish: anlayışlı
- Ukrainian: співчутливий
- Vietnamese: thông cảm
British English: supportive ADJECTIVE
If you are supportive, you are kind and helpful to someone at a difficult or unhappy time in their life.
They were always supportive of each other.
Translation of solidário from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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