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    friend查询结果如下:

    音标:[frend] 现在分词:friending
    过去式:friended 过去分词:friended
    名词复数:friends 第三人称单数:friends
    基本释义/说明: n.朋友;友人
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    n.
    ①朋友;
    We are great (good) friends.
    我们是好朋友.
    This is a friend of mine.
    这位是我的(一个)朋友.
    He had been a good friend to me.
    他一向是我的好朋友.
    friend and foe (enemy)
    友和敌.
    ②有帮助的东西或性质;
    Her shyness there was her best friend.
    她的腼腆在那里对她很有帮助.
    Bright light is the painter`s best friend.
    亮光对画家很有好处.
    That rich lady is a friend of arts.
    那位阔妇人是艺术的赞助者.
    Friend 基督教教友派教徒
    -扩展释义
    n. 【航空工程】
    已方,友方
    n. 【医学】 【医学】
    掺合物
    n.
    [C]1. (可用作称呼)朋友,友人,2. 赞助者;支持者[(+of/to)]3. 同胞;同伴,4. (经常遇见的)陌生人,vt.1. 与...为友;帮助
    Almost every time an observant friend comes to call, he finds her house to be in perfect condition, nothing out of place.
    当一位细心的朋友去走访她时,几乎每次都发现她家内务良好,秩序井然。
    n. 【法律专业】
    友 ,友好
    -同义词和反义词
    -friend的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Like, or relating to a friend.
    “I could say he was a friend, or perhaps he was friendish would be better.”
    Without friends (without a friend).
    “Reading will save me from looking too pathetically alone and friendless all day.”
    “It was never a good feeling to seem alone and friendless wherever you were.”
    “She was supported by a small pension and lived alone and friendless in a small rented room.”
    Resembling or characteristic of a friend.
    “A friendlike hero or protagonist emerges in the former condition, an enemylike villain or antagonist in the latter.”
    Worthy, capable, or deserving of friendship; friendable.
    “It’s not like I’m so concerned about being a friendworthy person these days.”
    (usually colloquial) Indicating or characterised by friendship; in manner, like or befitting a friend; friendlike; friendly.
    “He was long-married hisownself, real friendsome, and his smile wasn’t aimed at me, it was to match my own.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    friend的同义词(slang)

    动词 变体/同根词

    (transitive) To become a friend of, to make friends with. || (transitive, dated) To act as a friend to, to assist. || (transitive) To favor.
    “So they had this informant befriend me and tip me off that I was being monitored.”
    “While a supervision order is in force it is the duty of the supervisor to advise, assist and befriend a supervised child.”
    “Keepers of forest are also very appealing and attractive to the eye, and can show a deep friendship if you befriend them.”
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