Spanish Word of the Day Archive
Tuesday May 8, 2012

leal, adjective:
loyal, faithful

Sometimes the preposition you use in Spanish is exactly like English. That is true of leal a, loyal to.

fuerzas leales al presidente
forces loyal or faithful to the president

los que permanecieron leales a su puebo y a fieles a la palabra dada
those who remained faithful to their people and kept their word


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