Traducción de comrade en español:


camarada, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkɑmˌræd/ /ˈkɑmrəd/ /ˈkɒmreɪd/

Ver definición en español de camarada


  • 1

    (friend, fellow member)
    camarada masculino, femenino
    compañero masculino
    compañera femenino
    comrade in arms compañero de armas
    • It is but a matter of time before many more of our fellow Army Reserve comrades-in-arms will be called to replace and augment those who have already answered the call.
    • Tattoos in the civil wars symbolized allegiance to military commanders and comrades-in-arms rather than to the local community.
    • The soldier and his comrades-in-arms moved deeper into enemy territory, encapsulated in their tank.
    • I am always moved by our soldiers' unanimous expressions of dedication, their commitment to service and their desire to return to their units and comrades-in-arms.
    • Their fellow residents' green camouflage uniforms in the middle of the desert and heel-driving march sets them apart from their Marine comrades-in-arms.
    • They were built to permanently honor our war dead, whose next-of-kin's decision to inter them overseas alongside comrades-in-arms is respected to this day.
    • This one soldier's yell to his comrades-in-arms triggered the whole army to increase their fighting vigor.
    • It gave them a sense of great pride to give something back to their comrades-in-arms.
    • He then sold out his former comrades-in-arms by accusing them of war crimes as a stepping stone to office.
    • Unlike his comrades-in-arms from Choshu, Satsuma and other samurai clans, he was not bound to the service of feudal lord and clan.
    • However, Ryan refuses to leave his comrades-in-arms who were holding a bridge till the main troops arrive.
    • Although they encountered far too much blood and death for what was considered a properly raised young woman at that time, these nurses persevered and, in doing so, won the respect of their comrades-in-arms.
    • To his closest comrades-in-arms and to foreign statesmen and diplomats he was a man of few words, reticent, patient and imperturbable, pacing or smoking quietly while he worked his way through a problem.
    • Instead, he spoke as Marines and soldiers do in the headquarters tent or the barracks, on the battlefield or among comrades.
    • The second week begins tomorrow, with a party election broadcast portraying the pair as old friends and comrades at arms.
    • If he has come to battle without a defining belief system, he usually gravitates to the spirituality he finds among his comrades.
    • Her questions met with blank stares and uneasy glances from her comrades among the crew.
    • He recounts how he and his comrades were among the last to be evacuated.
    • And he did, riding into the city on a tank with some of his old Spanish republican comrades on August 25, 1944.
    • He explains how he laid low for six months after the invasion before contacting old comrades and taking up arms.
    • The characters are old college comrades who have been there for each other through everything - or so they thought.
    • Since those heady days, the trade union has seen a sharp decline in popularity and membership as well as bitter divisions among former friends and comrades.
    • The AGM commenced with a minute's silence as a mark of respect to former members, family members and comrades who had passed away during the previous year.
    • I search the faces thinking to see dad among his comrades.
    • Among former comrades of mine, I am glad to see the return of Phil Woolas, David Miliband and John Mann.
    • It is about time my colleagues and comrades in the media caught up.
    • Colleagues and comrades over the years were in a jubilant mood at the party anxiously awaiting presentations.
    • In doing so I've made some wonderful new friends, discovered new comrades and rediscovered old ones.
    • That is the venue for tomorrow night's amazing reunion, when 85-year-old Arne will see his old comrade and friend Arthur again for the first time in nearly six decades.
    • In this case, a trip to Oregon was organized for my fellow comrades and me, in order for our swift rehabilitation to commence.
    • I'm meeting old comrades tonight, and tomorrow.
    • Instead of losing money, power and influence yesterday, Ireland won friends, allies and comrades but not too many tourists.
    • He retired from that job some years past, but his old comrades from the council showed up in large numbers to his funeral to say their last goodbyes.
    • I don't care if I never read any of them again, they're old comrades and I like to have them around.
    • For the players, it was a golden opportunity to catch up with their old comrades - and one they are keen to repeat in the future.
    • She helps an old comrade of her father who runs a bare little-frequented cafeteria and at the end of the day scurries home with bread and milk.
    • An old comrade of his at that stage of his career was Anne Killoran who collected many news items for him as he cut his teeth in the paper trade.
    • Refreshing in the fact that I saw old school friends, housemates, comrades, and others who I hadn't seen in years.
  • 2

    (to man) compañero
    (to man) camarada
    (to woman) compañera
    (to woman) camarada
    • Long before the revolution, he knew what he would do with those of his socialist comrades who opposed him.
    • A very important privilege, comrades, has been taken away from you.
    • So, ignore the demands of the tax collectors and steel yourselves against the pleas of the children for new shoes, comrades.
    • It is also important to acknowledge the key role played by comrades representing Scottish Socialist Youth in assessing the overall impact made by the SSP at the recent ESF.
    • But then he was betrayed by one of his communist comrades, Stalin.
    • It misleads good comrades and damages the socialist cause!
    • The Communist is not a comrade, neither before nor after.
    • Welcome to the industrial revolution, comrade.
    • She decides to surrender, to give up the stage and move to California where she will toil with her comrades on a commune in Anaheim.
    • I knew that Mikhail and Andrei were best friends, comrades.
    • What is this cult of personality you speak of, comrade?
    • Accuracy is such a bourgeois conceit, comrade.
    • If the facts don't fit the program, comrade, then the facts must be mistaken.
    • I'm often reminded by comrades that the political tasks of the moment involve much more than merely mocking, ridiculing and provoking the Stoppers and associated tendencies.
    • He was a droopy figure, probably always conscious that he had betrayed his comrades, the revolutionaries.
    • Today my comrades are protesting outside our local shopping centre.
    • No comrades, Revolution is made on the streets by the people for the people!
    • But most did not slander their comrades using language that mirrored Soviet or Vietnamese Communist propaganda.
    • They invited Amnesty International to consider their plight, claiming their jailed comrades were political prisoners.