mate en Inglés
v. bring together for breeding; pair, couple; copulate (of animals); marry; achieve the position of checkmate in the game of chess
n. South American evergreen bush cultivated for its leaves which are used to make tea; Paraguay tea, beverage made from steeping the leaves of the mate bush in hot water
Everything is very close, even the University. In this house we live with four room-mates.
One week before the party, Sara, my room-mate, explained to me what “tomatina” means.
It is one of the simplest and most amusing things you can do when following a sporting event with your mates.
This was our first trip without parents with our school mates!
Everything is very close, even the University. In this house we live are four room-mates.
Everything is very close, even the University. In the house we live are four room-mates.
In the house we live are four room-mates.
The panda was pining for its mate.
"Good-bye, mates!" he cried when the waggons started.
"Let me get in, too, mates," shouted a young man in the crowd whose appetite was aroused.