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consort
American English: /ˈkɑnsɔrt/
British English: /ˈkɒnsɔːt/

Translation of consort in Spanish:

noun

  • (spouse) [formal] prince/queen consort
    príncipe (masculine) /reina (feminine) consorte
    Example sentences
    • Apart from the reign of William III, consorts of monarchs have had no constitutional significance whatsoever.
    • He had lost a fine wife, an elegant consort, a selfless companion.
    • Queen Victoria, her consort Prince Albert and the Royal children lined a balcony of Hull's premier hotel and waved to the crowds of children below dutifully singing the National Anthem.

Phrasal verbs

consort with

Pronunciation: /kənˈsɔːrt/, /kənˈsɔːt/ verb + preposition + object [formal]
1.1 (associate with)
tener trato con
to consort with the enemy
confraternizar con el enemigo
1.2 (be in harmony with)
condecir or compadecerse con

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