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pre·so  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: presos
Feminine: presa
Plural and Feminine: presas
Diminutives: presilla, presillas, presillo, presillos, presita, presitas, presito, presitos
Aumentatives: presón, presona, presonas, presones, presota, presotas, presote, presotes
  1. Translate "preso" to English: prisoner, con, inmate, jailbird, prison inmate
    Spanish Synonyms of "preso": prisionero, cautivo, penado, persona detenida, recluso, reo, privado de libertad
    Define meaning of "preso": Propio o propia de la persona que sufre prisión por algún motivo. ; Persona sentenciada que cumple su condena en un presidio o cárcel.

preso  Adjective
  1. Translate "preso" to English: imprisoned, confined, under arrest
    Spanish Synonyms of "preso": arrestado, detenido, prisionero, recluido, recluido en prisión, recluso
    Define meaning of "preso": pasivo. Participio irregular de prender. Asida o asido, apresada o apresado, cogido o cogida. ; Propio o propia de la persona que sufre prisión por algún motivo.

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