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How do you say "domestic partner" in Spanish. They can be of the oposite gender or of the same gender. They are two people who have been living with each other for a long time.

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updated AGO 20, 2008
posted by Mia

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chicasabrosa said:

Pareja de hecho would be a good choice


Could someone please tell me what it (pareja de hecho) literally means? I've come across it in my spanish course book and I understand the explanation of the term (viven juntos, pero no están casados), but I became confused after looking up the word 'hecho' in the dictionary (as it doesn't really make any sense).

updated AGO 20, 2008
posted by Karolina
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"Pareja de hecho" means they are a couple, regardless of their gender. "Compañero de piso" or "Compañero de casa" would be the right choice if they simply live with each other but there is no further relationship.

updated ABR 23, 2008
posted by Trifasik
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Thanks Chicasabrosa.

updated ABR 16, 2008
posted by Mia
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Thanks Gustavo.

updated ABR 16, 2008
posted by Mia
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Pareja de hecho would be a good choice

updated ABR 16, 2008
posted by chicasabrosa