comadre?

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if madrina is godmother in english, what does comadre translate to in english'

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updated ABR 24, 2008
posted by MAYRA

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I totally agree Gustavo. I also do not think that James has made a mistake. Collins spanish dictionary lists the same things that James has pointed out. I live in the south of England and words that we use have a completely different meaning in the north. I am sure that the same is for Comadre in diffrent Spanish speaking countries. I would remind Luis Alberto to read Chris's comment on the object of this forum, that is to keep the community friendly and the Goals For The Spanishdict Ambassadors, of which, I am one.

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Luis Alberto's comments have certainly not achieved any of the foregoing.

updated ABR 24, 2008
posted by Eddy
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could you help with home work for daughter

updated ABR 24, 2008
posted by chanel
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Thanx for clarifying that! smile i really wanted to know

updated ABR 24, 2008
posted by MAYRA
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Hi !
Thanks for write me, in wich country there is santa Lucia, do you work '. i don´t know talk to me about you, usually what are you doing, how is it your neighborhoo everything that you wants to tell me.

If you wants i write you in English and you writing me in español.

BONITO DÍA..

updated ABR 24, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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they both mean godmother there are different ways to say things in spanish

updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by Gabryella
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updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by 00bacfba