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.
Policía de Washington, primo, compadre "extraordinaire". DCPD, cousin, compadre extraordinaire.
- Dice que iba a trabajar con el compadre. He said he'd work with his godfather.
Deberías llevarlo al camino, compadre. You should drag him back to the path, mate.
Y lo vi más temprano ese día, compadre. And I saw him earlier in the day, mate.
- Yo no rompo mis promesas, compadre. And I don't go back on my word, mate.
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