1. a person you know well and regard with affection and trust;
2. an associate who provides assistance;
3. a person with whom you are acquainted;
4. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.;
The realisation that the murderer must have been a close friend came as a shock.
A friend that frowns is better than a smiling enemy.
I met an old friend on the way to work this morning.
Will you hand on this telegram to your friend?
The evidence given by his friend turned the scales, and the boy was set free.
The character of the pine and cypress is shown in frigid winter ; the sincerity of one's friend is shown in adverse circumstances.
While he was in Chicago, Henry looked up a friend of college days.
He tried to shelter his friend from knowing of his father's death, but he was too late.
He is not a special friend of mine.
My friend and I returned to town by the midnight express.
It goes against the grain for him to be rude to a friend.
I deeply regret the death of your friend.
Can you sound your friend out and see whether he will help?
He said that his friend was an engineer.
There is never a friend but he remembers the birthday of.
My feeling toward my new friend underwent a revulsion whenIrealizedhiscrueltyand dishonesty.
He bunked with a friend for the night.
He saluted his friend by a wave of the hand.
My friend gave me his picture as a memento before going away.
He teamed up with a friend and set up a trade business.
He entrusted his children to a faithful friend.
Tom boarded with his friend while studying in the university.
My friend volunteered an interesting piece of news.
If you drink with a bosom friend , a thousand cups are too few . If you argue with a man, half a sentence is too much.
I took my friend to lunch and paid the tab.
He leaked the news to his friend.
A man who betrays a friend abases himself.
a close ally and friend of the prime minister
What a shitty way to treat a friend!
be (或 make) friends with
be (or become) on good or affectionate terms with (someone)
a friend at court
a person in a position to use their influence on one's behalf
a friend in need is a friend indeed
(proverb)a person who helps at a difficult time is a person who you can really rely on
friends in high places
people in senior positions who are able and willing to use their influence on one's behalf
my honourable friend
(Brit.)used to address or refer to another member of one's own party in the House of Commons
my learned friend
used by a barrister or lawyer in court to address or refer to another barrister or lawyer
my noble friend
(Brit.)used to address or refer to another member of one's own party in the House of Lords
my Right Honourable friend
(Brit.)used to address or refer to another member of one's own party in the House of Commons who is also a privy counselor
friend, mate, acquaintance, pal
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