Translation of fellow in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (man) tipo (masculine) [colloquial/familiar], hombre (masculine), sujeto (masculine) that fellow in the green suit ese hombre or [colloquial/familiar] tipo de traje verde a clever fellow un tipo listo he's a real nice fellow (American English/inglés norteamericano) es un tipo realmente simpático [colloquial/familiar] (as form of address/como título de cortesía) hello, old fellow hola, viejo [colloquial/familiar] my dear fellow amigo mío, mi buen or querido amigo now listen to me, young fellow óigame bien, jovencito give a fellow a chance! ¡no me atosigues!, ¡con calma! 1.2 (boyfriend) [colloquial/familiar] novio (masculine), pololo (masculine) (Chile) [colloquial/familiar]Example sentences
- Again, I do not know what action, if any, was taken to address the individual fellow's grievance.
- And it only seems sensible to do what the fellow in the black body armour is suggesting.
- I have had the privilege of meeting Brendan, and he is a really nice chap, a splendid fellow.
- 2 (member — of college)[ miembro del cuerpo docente y de la junta rectora de una universidad ]; (— of learned society) miembro (masculine and feminine) de númeroExample sentences
- He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1969 and was a member of its council from 1974 to 1976.
- In 1984 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London in recognition of his talents.
- In 1785 he and Boulton were elected fellows of the Royal Society.
- After Oxford she got a job as a tutorial fellow at Bedford College at the University of London, but she did not enjoy it.
- First there was a general interview at which the candidates were grilled by the master, dean, senior tutor, and fellows of the subject.
- After the award of his doctorate, Wittgenstein was appointed a lecturer at Cambridge and he was made a fellow of Trinity College.
- She is a Harvard University research fellow and joins us tonight from Philadelphia.
- Professor Gary Hamel is a research fellow at Harvard Business School.
- Jennifer C. Braceras, a lawyer and mother is a research fellow at Harvard Law School.
- 3 (companion) [formal] compañero, (masculine, feminine) fellows in adversity compañeros en la adversidad or en el infortunioExample sentences
- In reply he claims that he and his fellows hold their elevated position by virtue of a number of qualities which they enjoy simultaneously.
- The motoring associations are good fellows to suggest that cyclists or pedestrians may use any roads at all, as they do not pay for them to anything like the extent the motorist does.
- Is there a sense among - among you fellows that - that you haven't really picked up the number of votes you'd hoped you might have at this point?
- (before noun/delante del nombre) fellow student/worker compañero, (masculine, feminine) de estudios/trabajo fellow sufferer compañero, (masculine, feminine) en la desgracia or de infortunio fellow citizen conciudadano, (masculine, feminine) fellow countryman compatriota (masculine and feminine) his fellow Democrats/Socialists sus correligionarios he has no love for his fellow men no le tiene amor al prójimo
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