amigo

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amigo

A friend. "Amigo" is the Spanish word for "friend." The word is often used as a genial form of address. Come on, amigo, I'll treat you to dinner. Are those two really amigos these days?

amigo

(əˈmigo)
n. a friend. (Spanish. Also a term of address.) Hey, amigo, let’s go somewhere for a drink.
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If you ever meet him, he'll extend his hand and give you an Amigo pin.
Cortez-Hernandez took her photo of a Mayan woman making tortillas in Yucatan, Mexico, last summer during her work as an AMIGOS Project Supervisor.
There will also be an Amigos del Cafe presentation (in Spanish) on Saturday morning at 9:00 am.
Sturgis, an Amigos project supervisor in Canar, Ecuador, when she took the photo, will receive one round-trip coach ticket from the US to a United destination of her choice in Latin America.
A student at Kenyon College, Sturgis also was a volunteer with Amigos in Cusco, Peru, in 2011 and in Anton, Panama, in 2012.Austin Groen, 18, of Scottsdale, Arizona took second place with his photo titled "Mystery Beneath," taken in Santa Maria Mixistlan,Mexico, where he was an Amigos volunteer in summer 2013.
According to the airline, Zolkowski was an AMIGOS Volunteer in the Community Nutrition project in Oaxaca for eight weeks during summer 2006.