There are 3 main translations of amigo in English:

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amigo 1

also: feminine: amiga

adjetivo

  • son/se hicieron muy amigos
    they are/they became good friends
    es muy amigo mío
    he's a good o close friend of mine
    un país amigo
    a friendly country
    un médico amigo me recetó estas pastillas
    a doctor friend (of mine) prescribed these tablets for me
    ser amigo de algoes muy amigo de contradecir
    he's a great one for contradicting people
    [familiar]
    he loves o he's fond of contradicting people
    no es amiga de fiestas y reuniones sociales
    she doesn't like going to o she's not keen on parties and social gatherings
    no soy muy amigo de la comida picante
    I'm not a great one for o a great fan of spicy food
    [familiar]
    I'm not terribly fond of o partial to o keen on spicy food
Example sentences
  • Y su padre bien amigo de Villanueva del Campo).
  • Al comienzo no eran tan amigas y al final tampoco.
  • Justo hoy tuve una conversa con un amigo empresario.

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amigo 2

also: feminine: amiga sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Mientras unos salen con los amigos a parrandear, otros buscan relajarse.
  • Además del respaldo incondicional de mis amigos y compañeros.
  • A la cita asistieron los familiares y amigos más cercanos de la animadora.

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amigo 3

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