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  1. friend

    • IPA[frɛnd]

    英式

    • n.
      a person with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically one exclusive of sexual or family relations;(used as a polite form of address or in ironic reference) an acquaintance or a stranger one comes across
    • v.
      add (someone) to a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website;befriend (someone).
    • verb: friend, 3rd person present: friends, gerund or present participle: friending, past tense: friended, past participle: friended

    • noun: friend, plural noun: friends

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    • 1. informal add (someone) to a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website I am friended by 29 people who I have not friended back
    • 2. archaic befriend (someone).
    • West Indian have a sexual relationship with the woman got married and you still used to friend with she?
    • ph.
      establish a relationship or relationships based on mutual affection

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      establish a relationship or relationships based on mutual affection

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      To be a friend of. I am friends with my neighbor.
    • ph.
      be on good or affectionate terms with

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      be on good or affectionate terms with

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      very good friends

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      people in senior positions who are able and willing to use their influence on one's behalf

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      official name for the Quakers.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[frend]

    美式

    • n.
      a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically exclusive ... she's a friend of mine we were close friends
    • v.
      add (someone) to a list of contacts associated with a social networking website: I am friended by 29 people who I have not friended back

    Oxford American Dictionary