socio


socio
m.
1 partner, associate, business associate.
2 member, fellow, fellow partner.
3 fellow, chap, guy, colleague.
4 confederate, sidekick.
Socio,especialmente en una conspiración Coleague, especially in a conspiracy
5 ticket holder, season-ticket holder.
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socio
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 (miembro) member
2 COMERCIO partner, associate
3 (accionista) shareholder, member
4 familiar (sujeto) mate, pal
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FRASEOLOGÍA
hacerse socio,-a de un club to join a club
socio,-a capitalista capitalist partner
socio,-a comanditario,-a sleeping partner, US silent partner
socio,-a fundador,-ra founding member
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(f. - socia)
noun
1) member
2) partner
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socio, -a
SM / F
1) (=asociado) [de empresa] associate; [de club] member; [de sociedad docta] fellow

hacerse socio de — to become a member of, join

se ruega a los señores socios ... — members are asked to ...

socio/a de honor — honorary member

socio/a de número — full member

socio/a honorario/a — honorary member

socio/a numerario/a — full member

socio/a vitalicio/a — life member

2) (Com, Econ) partner

socio activo — active partner

socio capitalista, socio comanditario — sleeping partner, silent partner (EEUU)

3) * (=amigo) buddy, mate *
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-cia masculino, femenino
1) (miembro) member

hacerse socio de un club — to join a club

2) (Der, Fin) partner
3) (fam) (camarada) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
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= associate, member, partner, insider, business partner, business associate, sidekick.
Ex. A collaborator is a person who works with one or more associates to produce a work.
Ex. Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
Ex. Under this agreement, UTLAS has a Quebec partner with the exclusive right to offer UTLAS' services and products in that province.
Ex. All libraries, particularly those with rare book or manuscript collections, should take steps to minimise insider thefts.
Ex. The article 'Howdy partner' considers ways in which the Internet can be used as an ideal medium for bringing together people from around the world as business partners.
Ex. Jackie Chan's long-time business associates have dismissed speculations that they have ended their partnership with the actor.
Ex. Her sidekick and confidante is Gabrielle, the rightful queen of the Amazons who abdicated her throne in order to join Xena.
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* campaña de captación de socios = membership drive.
* carnet de socio = membership card.
* hacerse socio de la biblioteca = join + library.
* no socio = unaffiliated, non-member [nonmember].
* socio comercial = trading partner, business associate.
* socio corporativo = corporate partner.
* socio correspondiente = corresponding member.
* socio institucional = institutional member.
* socios = membership.
* socio vitalicio = life member.
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-cia masculino, femenino
1) (miembro) member

hacerse socio de un club — to join a club

2) (Der, Fin) partner
3) (fam) (camarada) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
* * *
= associate, member, partner, insider, business partner, business associate, sidekick.

Ex: A collaborator is a person who works with one or more associates to produce a work.

Ex: Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
Ex: Under this agreement, UTLAS has a Quebec partner with the exclusive right to offer UTLAS' services and products in that province.
Ex: All libraries, particularly those with rare book or manuscript collections, should take steps to minimise insider thefts.
Ex: The article 'Howdy partner' considers ways in which the Internet can be used as an ideal medium for bringing together people from around the world as business partners.
Ex: Jackie Chan's long-time business associates have dismissed speculations that they have ended their partnership with the actor.
Ex: Her sidekick and confidante is Gabrielle, the rightful queen of the Amazons who abdicated her throne in order to join Xena.
* campaña de captación de socios = membership drive.
* carnet de socio = membership card.
* hacerse socio de la biblioteca = join + library.
* no socio = unaffiliated, non-member [nonmember].
* socio comercial = trading partner, business associate.
* socio corporativo = corporate partner.
* socio correspondiente = corresponding member.
* socio institucional = institutional member.
* socios = membership.
* socio vitalicio = life member.

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socio -cia
masculine, feminine
A (miembro) member
se hizo socio del club náutico he became a member of o he joined the yacht club
Compuestos:
socio activo, socia activa
masculine, feminine working partner
socio/socia de número
masculine, feminine full member
socio fundador, socia fundadora
masculine, feminine founding member, founder member
socio honorario, socia honoraria
masculine, feminine honorary member
socio vitalicio, socia vitalicia
masculine, feminine life member
B (Der, Fin) partner
Compuestos:
socio/socia accionista
masculine, feminine shareholder
socio/socia capitalista
masculine, feminine silent partner (AmE), sleeping partner (BrE)
socio comanditario, socia comanditaria
masculine, feminine partner with limited liability (esp a silent or sleeping partner)
socio/socia comercial
masculine trading partner
socio/socia industrial
masculine, feminine working o active partner
socio mayoritario, socia mayoritaria
masculine, feminine majority shareholder
C (fam) (camarada) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
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socio
-cia sustantivo masculino, femenino

1 (miembro) member;
hacerse socio de un club to join a club

2 (Der, Fin) partner;
socio accionista shareholder

3 (fam) (camarada) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
socio,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 (de una empresa, compañía) partner
socio capitalista, partner
2 (de un club) member
3 fam (colega, compañero) mate
'socio' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
socia
- aportación
- aportar
- carné
- mayoritario
English:
associate
- belong
- buy out
- fellow
- honorary
- join
- member
- membership
- membership card
- membership fee
- partner
- sleeping
- trading partner
- fee
- silent
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socio, -a nm,f
1. Com partner;
hacerse socio de una empresa to become a partner in a company
Comp
socio capitalista Br sleeping partner, US silent partner;
socio comanditario Br sleeping partner, US silent partner;
socio comercial trading partner;
socio fundador founding partner;
socio mayoritario majority shareholder
2. [miembro] member;
hacerse socio de un club to join a club
Comp
socio fundador founding o Br founder member;
socio honorario o de honor honorary member;
socio de número full member;
socio vitalicio life member
3. Fam [amigo] mate
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socio
m, socia f
1 de club, asociación etc member
2 COM partner
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socio, -cia n
1) : member
2) : partner
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socio n
1. (de un grupo) member
son socios del club de tenis they're members of the tennis club
2. (de un negocio) partner
los socios se reúnen cada semana the partners meet every week

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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