Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An advocate; a counselor: used in parts of the United States settled by Spaniards.

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  • noun Counsel; advisor; councilor; barrister.

Etymologies

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Borrowing from Spanish abogado, from Latin advocatus

Examples

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

  • I find this discussion muy interesante licenciado vs abogado is on the same level as the UK use of solicitor vs barrister.

    "Lo arruinastes"

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