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American English: /foʊ/
British English: /fəʊ/

Translation of foe in Spanish:


  • [literary]
    enemigo, (-ga) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • However, as friends and foes alike have pointed out, Charles cannot claim to be an expert in all of his areas of interest.
    • The AI levels are high, even on the easier settings, and the enemies make for tenacious foes.
    • Friends and foes alike live in awe of his intellect and in fear of his directness.

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