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1    (=semejante)   fellow man, fellow creature  
neighbour, neighbor   (EEUU)     
el dinero del prójimo      other people's money  
meterse en los asuntos del prójimo      to meddle in other people's affairs  
amar al prójimo      to love one's neighbour  
2    *   (=tío)   so-and-so *  , creature
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
amar al prójimo exp.
to love one's neighbour

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
other people's money
for the benefit of others
to meddle in other people's affairs
'prójimo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el prójimo
el prójimo
ama al prójimo como a ti mismo
necesitamos más personas que se interesen por el prójimo
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"prójimo": examples and translations in context
Permítenos ser conscientes de las necesidades del prójimo. And keep us ever mindful of the needs of others.
La identidad de un hombre que persigue el deshonor del prójimo. The identity of a man with an eye to the improper pursuit... of dishonour to others.
Han traído daño a su prójimo. You've brought harm unto your fellow man.
Habéis hecho algo totalmente inhabitual por vuestro prójimo. You guys did something completely out of character For your fellow man.
La libertad de redistribuir copias para ayudar al prójimo. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor.
No darás falso testimonio contra tu prójimo. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
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