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Polish translation of “friend”

friend

noun [C]
 
 
/frend/
A1 someone who you know well and like
przyjaci-el/ółka, kole-ga/żanka, znajom-y/a
Sarah's my best friend (= the friend I like most). Gordon is a friend of mine.Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
an old friend someone who you have known and liked for a long time
przyjaci-el/ółka z dawnych lat, star-y/a przyjaci-el/ółka
Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
be friends (with sb) B1 to know and like someone
przyjaźnić się (z kimś )
I have been friends with Jo for years.Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
make friends (with sb) B1 to begin to know and like someone
zaprzyjaźnić się (z kimś )
He's shy and finds it difficult to make friends.Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
(Definition of friend from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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