Translation of friendship in Spanish:


amistad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfrɛn(d)ʃɪp/

Definition of amistad in Spanish


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    amistad feminine
    he did it out of friendship for her lo hizo por la amistad que lo unía a ella
    • Yes, they say that your future partner is your best friend and that friendship can turn into love.
    • We know we are capable of love, loyalty and friendship, however much we fall short of our own standards.
    • Since their childhood they had been friends and their friendship blossomed into love.
    • Two people would trade their turbans to show love or friendship towards each other.
    • You confuse love and friendship, but you don't become over attached to friends or lovers.
    • I would rebrand it as a day of giving - giving time, giving attention, giving tokens of love and friendship.
    • It's a place where we can share our love and friendship with one another.
    • Lucky for you, it's something that can be shared through friendship and love.
    • It is incredibly cruel to think of siblings being kept apart and missing out on a lifetime of love and friendship that is theirs by right.
    • She was a lady of generosity, love and friendship and of great intellectual ability and laity.
    • She said the only ones sometimes who teach us about friendship and love are the pupils in this school.
    • In this comedy of friendship and love, Julia disguises herself as a boy, Sebastian.
    • The film is a comment on love, friendship and the struggle to create an individual sense of family.
    • Love and friendship are your source of strength when the going gets tough.
    • She had a great interest in people and valued friendship in a special way.
    • The film has a positive message because Bella does find friendship and love.
    • It was supposed to be full of love and passion and friendship, not coldness and distance.
    • Name beads are the newest and most creative way to show your love and friendship.
    • Even if it is done in the spirit of goodwill and friendship it could be misconstrued.
    • Real friendship is a rare and precious gift, strong, stable, yet fragile, and never to be taken for granted.