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pró·di·go  Adjective
Plural: pródigos
Feminine: pródiga
Plural and Feminine: pródigas
  1. Translate "pródigo" to English: prodigal, lavish, lavishly abundant, profuse
    Spanish Synonyms of "pródigo": lujoso, abundante, majestuoso, sobrado, epicúreo, fastoso, fastuoso, profuso, suntuoso
    Define meaning of "pródigo": Dadivoso o dadivoso en exceso o demasía.; Propia o propio de la persona o cosa que tiene o produce algo en gran cantidad.
  2. El siglo XX fue PRÓDIGO en guerras.

  3. Translate "pródigo" to English: prodigal, unsparing, wasteful, improvident, profligate, unstinting
    Spanish Synonyms of "pródigo": derrochador, amplio, derramado, desperdiciador, despilfarrador, dilapidador, disipador, generoso, manirroto, disipado, licencioso
    Define meaning of "pródigo": Propio o propia de la persona que desperdicia y consume sus bienes en exceso en gastos inútiles.

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