There are 2 main translations of hermano in English:

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hermano 1

also: feminine: hermana

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There are 2 main translations of hermano in English:

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hermano 2
also: feminine: hermana

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • 4 (uno de un par) See examples: ¿has visto el hermano de este calcetín?
    have you seen my other sock o the sock that goes with this one?
Example sentences
  • Una espiritualidad nace en el encuentro con el hermano indígena.
  • El amor de hermanos hace que Pólux prefiera morir también.
  • Estamos poniendo nuestro recurso a la disposición de los hermanos latinoamericanos.

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