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"Allied" is a form of "allied", an adjective which is often translated as "aliado". "Joined" is a form of "joined", an adjective which is often translated as "unido". Learn more about the difference between "allied" and "joined" below.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (politics and military)
a. aliado
Talks are being held with allied countries to prepare a response to the threat.Se están manteniendo conversaciones con países aliados para preparar una respuesta a la amenaza.
2. (related to the Allies)
a. aliado
The landing of Allied troops in Normandy was a critical point in the war.El desembarco de las tropas aliadas en Normandía fue un momento decisivo en la guerra.
3. (related)
a. afín
The association represents members of the legal and allied professions.La asociación representa a miembros de la abogacía y profesiones afines.
b. relacionado
The college offers courses in civil engineering and allied subjects.El colegio ofrece cursos en ingeniería civil y materias relacionadas.
4. (in combination)
a. combinado
Good organizational skills, allied to business acumen, are a recipe for success.La habilidad para organizar, combinada con la perspicacia para los negocios, es la fórmula del éxito.
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joined
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. unido
We can't take the cast off until the pieces of the bone are firmly joined.Hasta que los dos extremos del hueso no estén firmemente unidos no podremos quitar el yeso.
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