- 1.1 (friend) [colloquial/familiar] amigo (masculine), compinche (masculine) [colloquial/familiar], cuate (masculine) (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar] we've been pals for ages hace años que somos amigos you're a pal! ¡eso es un amigo!More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (as form of address/como título de cortesía) compadre or (Spain/España) tío or (Mexico/México) cuate
- We had so many pals and friends through art school that we usually got a good turnout anyway.
- Other pals chummed him along the first stretch from Milngavie and his dad kept him company yesterday.
- School pals and teachers were highly delighted and all wish her well in the final rally.
- Paramedics have been asked by bosses not to call people duck, pal, love or mate for fear of causing offence.
- In other words, you try to take what's mine, pal, and I'm going to stop you with the best means available.
- This is Southern California, pal, where physical imperfection will NOT be tolerated.
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