a 1. adj братски; 2. m 1) брат; 2) брат (член на организация, религиозна общност); ~ de leche млечен брат; ~ polнtico шурей, девер; medio ~ доведен брат; ~ bastardo брат от извънбрачна връзка на един от родителите; ~ carnal роден брат; ~s siameses сиамски близнаци; primo ~ първи братовчед; lenguas ~as близкородствени езици.
Dictionary source: Spanish English Learner's Dictionary
Spanish to English translation of hermano (n.) = brother ; sister ; sibling. Ex: You've talked about the point of availability, and I realize you've said that we're back where the Wright brothers were. Ex: At the core of the collections lies an almost complete set of official publications issued by the European Commission and its sister institutions. Ex: The subjects were influenced about breast-feeding by their referents such as siblings and friends with breast-feeding experience, their mothers and husbands, and mothers-in-law. ---- * biblioteca hermana = sister library. * el gran hermano = big brother. * hermano adoptivo = foster brother. * hermano de armas = brother in arms ; comrade in arms. * hermano de sangre = blood brother. * hermano pequeño = baby brother. * hermano religioso = religious brother. * hermanos = brethren. * primo hermano = first cousin. * rivalidad entre hermanos = sibling rivalry. (v.) = twin ; match up. Ex: For medical libraries, a library from the West would 'twin' with a Third World library, with activities sorted out between the libraries on a one-to-one basis = En el caso de las bibliotecas médicas, una biblioteca del mundo occidental se "hermanaba" con otra del tercer mundo, decidiendo entre ellas qué actividades iban a realizar. Ex: A few universities are even using social media to match up roommates in advance. (n.) = brethren. Ex: However, for the benefit of the weaker brethren the scheme will continue to give facet formulae for the main classes.