Translation of patron in Spanish:

patron

Pronunciation: /ˈpeɪtrən/

n

  • 1.1 (sponsor) patrocinador, (masculine, feminine) a patron of the arts un mecenas
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    • But the festival enjoys great support from some 20 local organisations, friends, patrons and the district council.
    • These achievements should be shared with our sponsors, patrons and supporters.
    • The organisers are deeply grateful for the support of patrons over the past months.
    1.2 (customer) [formal] cliente, (masculine, feminine)
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    • Most of his customers are regular patrons, many of whom are foreigners.
    • The aim was to make the area more attractive to business and more welcoming to regular patrons and visitors.
    • These customers will most likely turn into regular patrons.
    1.3 (patron saint) patrono, (masculine, feminine)

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