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tiene amistades sospechosas exp.
he has some dubious acquaintances

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
I still keep up the friendships I had at school
to make it up
to fall out
to invite one's friends
he did it to show off in front of his friends
'amistades' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
círculo de amistades
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1    (=cariño)   friendship  
(=relación amistosa)  
friendly relationship, friendly connection  
hacer o trabar amistad con      to strike up a friendship with, become friends with  
llevar amistad con      to be on friendly terms with  
hacer las amistades      to make it up  
romper las amistades      to fall out  
2    amistades          (=amigos)   friends  
invitar a las amistades      to invite one's friends  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"amistades": examples and translations in context
Son momentos para compartir experiencias y reavivar amistades. They are special times to share experiences and revive friendships.
No hay amistades, ni relaciones estrechas. Often it's no friendships, no close relationships.
La envié aquí para divertirse y hacer amistades. I sent her here so she can have fun and make friends.
Bueno, Shel siempre tuvo muchas amistades. Well, Shel always did have loads of friends.
Halagos y amistades, por así decirlo. Actually, flattery and friendship, so to speak.
Pero no todas las amistades se convierten en amor. But not every friendship turns into love.
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