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fella

noun [C]  us   /ˈfel·ə/ not standard
(spelled the way it is often spoken) fellow : Where did you meet this fella?
Translations of “fella”
in Chinese (Traditional) 夥計, 小夥子, 哥們…
in Russian парень, малый…
in Turkish adam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伙计, 小伙子, 哥们儿…
in Polish facet…
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