compadre translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=padrino)   godfather
2      (esp LAm)  
*   (=amigo)   friend, pal *  , buddy   (esp EEUU)   *     ,   (en oración directa)    friend
3      (Cono Sur)   (=jactancioso)   braggart, loudmouth  
show-off *     
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
compadre nm.
1) godfather (m), 2) buddy (m)

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'compadre' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
¡hola, compadre!
amigote ; camarada ; compadre ; compañero; COMPAÑERO
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"compadre": examples and translations in context
Debería sepultarte aquí mismo, compadre. I ought to bury you right here, compadre.
Hay que endulzarlo... ...llamarlo compadre o algo así. You got to make nice with the guy, you know, like call him compadre or something.
Aquí está el telegrama del compadre Chagas. Here is the telegram from our pal Chagas.
Discúlpame que no puedo darte el papel de diablo porque ya se lo habíamos dado a tu compadre. Forgive me for not being able to give you the role of the devil because we'd already given it to your pal.
Deberías llevarlo al camino, compadre. You should drag him back to the path, mate.
Bueno, me voy a Inglaterra, compadre. Right, yeah. I'm off back to England, mate.
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