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friend

noun /frend/
someone who knows and likes another person very well
amigo
He is my best friend.
a person who acts in a friendly and generous way to people etc he or she does not know
amigo
She is a friend to animals.
friendless adjective without friends
sin amigos
He found himself alone and friendless in the world.
friendly adjective ( comparative friendlier, superlative friendliest) kind and willing to make friends
simpático, amigable
She is very friendly to everybody.
friendship noun the state of being friends
amistad
an act of friendship.
a particular relationship between two friends
amistad
Our friendship grew through the years.
make friends (with) to start a friendly relationship; to become friends with someone
trabar amistad con alguien, hacerse amigo de alguien
The child tried to make friends with the dog.
(Definition of friend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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