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prodigal  Noun
Plural: prodigals
  1. Translate "prodigal" to Spanish: malbaratador, persona derrochadora
    English Synonyms of "prodigal": big spender, spendthrift, squanderer, wasteful person, dissipater, dissipator, high roller, wastrel
    Define meaning of "prodigal": One who spends lavishly and ostentatiously on entertainment.

prodigal  Adjective
  1. Translate "prodigal" to Spanish: pródigo, abundante, profuso
    English Synonyms of "prodigal": profuse, lavish, excessive, ample, bountiful, lavishly abundant, thick on the ground, plentiful
    Define meaning of "prodigal": Very generous.
  2. Distributed gifts with a lavish hand.
    The critics were lavish in their praise.
    A munificent gift.
    His father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent.
    Prodigal praise.
    Unsparing generosity.

  3. Translate "prodigal" to Spanish: muy dadivoso
    English Synonyms of "prodigal": very generous

  4. Translate "prodigal" to Spanish: pródigo, derrochador, disipador, manirroto, disipado, licencioso
    English Synonyms of "prodigal": lavish, spendthrift, squandering, unsparing, wasteful, improvident, profligate, unstinting
    Define meaning of "prodigal": Very generous. ; Marked by rash extravagance. ; Recklessly wasteful.
  5. Distributed gifts with a lavish hand.
    The critics were lavish in their praise.
    A munificent gift.
    His father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent.
    Prodigal praise.
    Unsparing generosity.
    Led a prodigal life.
    Prodigal in their expenditures.

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