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supporter
American English: /səˈpɔrdər/
British English: /səˈpɔːtə/

Translation of supporter in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (adherent)
    partidario, (-ria) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Those who claim to be peace protesters but remain supporters of the Labour party are hypocrites.
    • The backlash has been muted, further encouraging Scottish supporters of a ban to push for change.
    • It is hugely encouraging that the supporters of this noble programme are coalescing.
    1.2 (Sport)
    seguidor, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    to thank one's supporters
    agradecer a la afición
    Example sentences
    • Joe took a keen interest in sport and was a renowned supporter of the Mayo teams.
    • York was a keen supporter of our sport and until recently an active pilot himself.
    • This will be the last opportunity this year for the two clubs' supporters to view their teams.

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