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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _frende_, _frend_, _freond_, from Old English _frēond_ (“friend, relative, lover”, literally “loving-[one]”), from Proto-Germanic _*frijōndz_ (“lover, friend”), from Proto-Indo-European _*prēy-_, _*prāy-_ (“to like, love”), equivalent to _free_ +‎ _-nd_. Cognate with Saterland Frisian _Früünd_ (“friend”), West Frisian _freon_, _froen_, _freondinne_ (“friend”), Dutch _vriend_ (“friend”), Low German _Frund_, _Fründ_ (“friend, relative”), German _Freund_ (“friend”), Danish _frænde_ (“kinsman”), Swedish _frände_ (“kinsman, relative”), Icelandic _frændi_ (“kinsman”), Gothic

From Middle English frende, frend, freond, from Old English frēond (friend, relative, lover, literally loving-[one]), from Proto-Germanic *frijōndz (lover, friend), from Proto-Indo-European *prēy-, *prāy- (to like, love), equivalent to free +‎ -nd. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Früünd (friend), West Frisian freon, froen, freondinne (friend), Dutch vriend (friend), Low German Frund, Fründ (friend, relative), German Freund (friend), Danish frænde (kinsman), Swedish frände (kinsman, relative), Icelandic frændi (kinsman), Gothic

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /fɹɛnd/ * Rhymes: -ɛnd

  • IPA(key): /fɹɛnd/
  • Rhymes: -ɛnd

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English - Noun

FRIEND (_plural_ FRIENDS) * A person other than a family member, spouse or lover whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection. _John and I have been FRIENDS ever since we were roommates at college.   Trust is important between FRIENDS.   I used to find it hard to make FRIENDS when I was shy._ * A boyfriend or girlfriend. * An associate who provides assistance. _The Automobile Association is every motorist’s FRIEND.   The police is every law abiding citizen’s FRIEND._ * A person with whom one is vaguely or indirectly acquainted _a FRIEND of a FRIEND;  I added him as a FRIEND on Facebook, but I hardly know him._ * A person who backs or supports something. _I’m not a FRIEND of cheap wine._ * (informal) An object or idea that can be used for good. _Wiktionary is your FRIEND._ * (colloquial, ironic, used only in the vocative) Used as a form of address when warning someone. _You’d better watch it, FRIEND._ * (computing, programming) In object-oriented programming, a function or class granted special access to the private and protected members of another class. * 1991, Tom Swan, _Learning C++_ But don't take the following sections as an endorsement of FRIENDS. Top C++ programmers avoid using FRIENDS unless absolutely necessary. * 2001, Stephen Prata, _C++ primer plus_ In that case, the function needn't (and shouldn't) be a FRIEND. * 2008, D S Malik, _C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design_ To make a function be a FRIEND to a class, the reserved word friend precedes the function prototype […] * (obsolete) A paramour of either sex. (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?) SYNONYMS * (person whose company one enjoys): bud (US, Canada), buddy (US, Canada), chum (British), mate (British), pal, crony, amigo, bro * (boyfriend or girlfriend): boyfriend, girlfriend, lover * (person with whom you are acquainted): acquaintance * (person who provides assistance): ally * (person who backs something): admirer, booster, champion, protagonist, supporter * (form of address used in warning someone): buster, mate (British), pal, buddy * See also Wikisaurus:friend ANTONYMS * (person whose company one enjoys): enemy, foe, nemesis (nonstandard) * (person who provides assistance): enemy, foe USAGE NOTES * We usually _make a friend_, or _make friends with_ someone. See APPENDIX:COLLOCATIONS OF DO, HAVE, MAKE, AND TAKE DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

friend (plural friends)

  1. A person other than a family member, spouse or lover whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection.
    John and I have been friends ever since we were roommates at college.   Trust is important between friends.   I used to find it hard to make friends when I was shy.
  2. A boyfriend or girlfriend.
  3. An associate who provides assistance.
    The Automobile Association is every motorist’s friend.   The police is every law abiding citizen’s friend.
  4. A person with whom one is vaguely or indirectly acquainted
    a friend of a friendI added him as a friend on Facebook, but I hardly know him.
  5. A person who backs or supports something.
    I’m not a friend of cheap wine.
  6. (informal) An object or idea that can be used for good.
    Wiktionary is your friend.
  7. (colloquial, ironic, used only in the vocative) Used as a form of address when warning someone.
    You’d better watch it, friend.
  8. (computing, programming) In object-oriented programming, a function or class granted special access to the private and protected members of another class.
  9. (obsolete) A paramour of either sex.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?)

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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - VERB
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FRIEND (_third-person singular simple present_ FRIENDS, _present participle_ FRIENDING, _simple past and past participle_ FRIENDED) * (transitive, obsolete) To act as a friend to, to befriend; to be friendly to, to help. * 1596, Edmund Spenser, _The Faerie Queene_, IV.ii: Lo sluggish Knight the victors happie pray: / So fortune FRIENDS the bold [...]. * (transitive) To add (a person) to a list of friends on a social networking site; to officially designate (someone) as a friend. * 2006, David Fono and Kate Raynes-Goldie, "Hyperfriendship and Beyond: Friends and Social Norms on LiveJournal" (PDF version), _Internet Research Annual Volume 4_, Peter Lang, ISBN 0820478571, page 99, The difference between responses to the statement, "If someone FRIENDS me, I will FRIEND them," and "If I FRIEND someone, I expect them to FRIEND me back," is telling. * 2006, Kevin Farnham and Dale G. Farnham, _Myspace Safety: 51 Tips for Teens And Parents_, How-To Primers, ISBN 0977883353, page 69, One of the most used features of MySpace is the practice that is nicknamed "friending." If you "FRIEND" someone, then that person is added to your MySpace friends list, and you are added to their friends list. SYNONYMS * (to act as the friend of): befriend ANTONYMS * (social networking): defriend, unfriend TRANSLATIONS

friend (third-person singular simple present friends, present participle friending, simple past and past participle friended)

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To act as a friend to, to befriend; to be friendly to, to help.
  2. (transitive) To add (a person) to a list of friends on a social networking site; to officially designate (someone) as a friend.

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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* finder * refind

Que a categoria em SPANISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Spanish - Etymology

From English.

From English.

Que a categoria em SPANISH - NOUN
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Spanish - Noun

FRIEND m (_plural_ FRIENDS) * (climbing) cam

friend m (plural friends)

  1. (climbing) cam


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