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Past participle ofally. There are other translations for this conjugation.


This word must begin with a capital letter in the sense shown in 2).
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
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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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (countries)
a. aliado(a)
2. (issues, phenomena)
a. afín, asociado(a)
allied [ˈælaɪd]
1 (Mil) (Pol) (united, in league) [+troops, countries, parties] aliado
allied against sb/sth aliado en contra de algn/algo; a group closely allied to General Pera's faction un grupo estrechamente ligado a la facción del General Pera
a think-tank allied [to] the right wing of the party
allied with sth/sb aliado con algo/algn
Allied (Hist) [+nations, tanks, operation, casualties] aliado; the Allied forces las fuerzas aliadas
2 (associated) [+subjects, products, industries] relacionado; afín
allied to sth relacionado con algo; afín a algo; lectures on subjects allied to health conferencias sobre temas relacionados con or afines a la salud
3 (coupled)
allied to or with sth combinado con algo; his sense of humour allied to or with his clean-cut looks su sentido del humor combinado con su cuidado aspecto
it is a matter of common sense allied to experience it was only his strident accent allied to an air of cultured assurance that had prevented a riot breaking out a rise in interest rates allied with a stock market slump He had a childlike simplicity allied to a determination to go his own way
allied health professional (n) (US) profesional de la medicina o la enfermería que trabaja para una mutua
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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