There are 2 translations of partner in Spanish:

partner1

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːrtnər; ˈpɑːtnə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (in an activity) compañero, (m,f); (in dancing, tennis) pareja (f) the two countries are trading o trade partners los dos países mantienen relaciones comerciales
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    • The beauty of the four-player game becomes apparent when partners work together.
    • He is the perfect partner, a consummate dancer that complements, supports and enhances his dancing partner.
    • If you know any guys that want a ballroom dancing partner, tell me!
    1.2 [Business/Comercio] socio, (masculine, feminine) senior/junior partner socio principal/comanditario partners in crime cómplices (mpl) or (fpl), compinches (mpl) or (fpl) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • But he acknowledged that each partner shared in the profits of the whole firm.
    • I'm a junior partner at a law firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions.
    • One or more partners must assume business risks and purchase considerable insurance to protect the business.
    1.3 (in personal relationship) pareja (f), compañero, (m,f) marriage partner cónyuge (masculine and feminine) [formal], esposo, (masculine, feminine)
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    • Roughly one of four couples consists of unmarried partners.
    • It is pleasing that unmarried partners will now receive the same as married partners.
    • Each had been barred from living in married student housing with her respective partner because neither couple is married.

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There are 2 translations of partner in Spanish:

partner2

vt

  • 1.1 (act as partner to) he partnered Moira jugó ( or bailó etc) en pareja con Moira we are being partnered by a French firm in this enterprise esta es una empresa conjunta con una compañía francesa, esta empresa la llevaremos a cabo conjuntamente or en asociación con una compañía francesa 1.2 (pair) to partner sb with sb poner* a algn con algn (como pareja)
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    • Banks and government must effectively partner farmers' groups who perform.
    • John Galvin also starts for the first time this season and will partner John Quane in midfield in the absence of the suspended Jason Stokes.
    • The Australia-theme evening includes a dinner with a pair of Australian wines to partner each course, followed by an auction of promises.

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