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pri·sio·ne·ro  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: prisioneros
Feminine: prisionera
Plural and Feminine: prisioneras
Diminutives: prisionerilla, prisionerillas, prisionerillo, prisionerillos, prisionerita, prisioneritas, prisionerito, prisioneritos
Aumentatives: prisionerón, prisionerona, prisioneronas, prisionerones, prisionerota, prisionerotas, prisionerote, prisionerotes
  1. Translate "prisionero" to English: prisoner, convict, captive, inmate, recluse, incluse
    Spanish Synonyms of "prisionero": preso, cautivo, penado, persona detenida, recluso, reo, privado de libertad
    Define meaning of "prisionero": Militar o militara que, en guerra, cae en poder del enemigo. ; Persona que cumple condena de privación de libertad. ; Persona que está dominada o poseída por un afecto, pasión o vicio.

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prisionero  Adjective
  1. Translate "prisionero" to English: emprisoned, imprisoned
    Spanish Synonyms of "prisionero": arrestado, detenido, preso, recluido, recluido en prisión, recluso

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