Translation of confidant in Spanish:


confidente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑnfəˌdænt/ /ˈkɑnfəˌdɑnt/ /ˈkɒnfɪdant/ /ˌkɒnfɪˈdant/ /ˌkɒnfɪˈdɑːnt/

See Spanish definition of confidente

nounfeminine confidante

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    confidente masculine, feminine
    • Of the latter, he says: ‘John didn't have any close friends or confidants.’
    • I think this president has long looked to his key confidants, his closest friends, to key jobs.
    • So she is your best friend, your closest confidante, your mirror image, or even the bane of your existence.
    • These four are the princess's closest friends and confidants as well as her court.
    • And they often do not have an emotional confidant to share problems with.
    • Nobody knows who we really are, not even our closest confidants or companions.
    • She had also had the time to discuss the matter with her husband, their legal representatives and a few close friends and confidantes.
    • Obviously, the best confidantes are people with whom a high degree of intimacy already exists.
    • Find a confidante to whom you can confess the idea - or perhaps write about it.
    • This was not a question of dramatic emotional conversions, but simply a chance to share with a confidante and feel forgiven.
    • He's one of my closest confidants - I phone him and we talk about our relationship troubles.
    • I have a few American friends in the UK - but, again, most are acquaintances rather than my closest confidants.
    • He appointed three close confidants to handle the state apparatus, the cabinet and the presidential household.
    • My colleagues were my best friends, family, peers, confidantes and mentors.
    • Emotionally, a gay man can be a woman's best friend, her confidant, her support, her adviser.
    • However, the harsh fact is that with his present set of confidants and advisers, he does not need enemies!
    • It might be the effect of temporarily working somewhere different and missing various friends and confidants.
    • Historically, Navy chaplains have been counsellors, confidantes and carers for sailors with Christian and non-Christian backgrounds.
    • He was just two when we got together, so it wasn't easy, but now she is a friend and a confidante for him, someone who's not a parent.
    • But ten minutes later, I was his chief confidant and presumed best buddy.