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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (my companion)
a. my friend
Por entonces, yo y mi amiga éramos dos chicas jóvenes en busca de diversión.At the time, me and my friend were two young girls looking for fun.
b. my girlfriend
Tengo la sensación de que mi esposo está un poco celoso de mi amigas.I have the feeling that my husband is a bit jealous of my girlfriends.
c. my pal
Comparto el departamento con mi amiga Estela.I share the apartment with my pal Estela.
d. my buddy
Regionalism used in the United States
¿Quieren que le pregunte a mi amiga si le apetece que salgamos con ustedes dos?Do you want me to ask my buddy if she feels like going on a double date with you two?
e. my mate (United Kingdom)
Conozco a mi amiga María desde primaria.I've known my mate Maria since primary school.
2. (my lover)
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