comrade

  • 1 Comrade X — Original movie poster Directed by King Vidor Produced by Gottfried R …

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  • 2 Comrade — Com rade (? or ?; 277), n. [Sp. camarada, fr. L. camara, a chamber; hence, a chamber fellowship, and then a chamber fellow: cf. F. camarade. Cf. {Chamber}.] A mate, companion, or associate. [1913 Webster] And turned my flying comrades to the… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 comrade — ► NOUN 1) (among men) a companion who shares one s activities or is a fellow member of an organization. 2) (also comrade in arms) a fellow soldier. 3) a fellow socialist or communist. DERIVATIVES comradely adjective comradeship noun …

    English terms dictionary

  • 4 comrade — index cohort, colleague, confederate, consociate, consort, contributor (contributor), copartner ( …

    Law dictionary

  • 5 comrade — 1590s, one who shares the same room, from M.Fr. camarade (16c.), from Sp. camarada chamber mate, originally chamberful, from L. camera (see CAMERA (Cf. camera)). In Spanish, a collective noun referring to one s company. In 17c., sometimes… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 6 comrade — *associate, companion, crony Analogous words: *friend, intimate, confidant: colleague, *partner, confederate, ally …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 7 comrade — [n] ally associate, bosom buddy, buddy, chum, colleague, comate, companion, compatriot, compeer, confederate, confidant, confidante, co worker, crony, friend, intimate, mate, pal, partner, sidekick; concept 423 Ant. enemy, foe, opponent …

    New thesaurus

  • 8 comrade — [käm′rad΄, käm′rəd] n. [Fr camarade < Sp camarada, chamber mate < L camera: see CAMERA] 1. a friend; close companion 2. a person who shares interests and activities in common with others; partner; associate: used as a form of address, as in …

    English World dictionary

  • 9 Comrade — Comrades redirects here. For other uses, see Comrades (disambiguation). This article is about the word. For the 2011 film, see Comrade (film). Comrade means friend , colleague , or ally . The word comes from French camarade. The term is… …

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  • 10 comrade —    This word is similar to ‘chum’ in some respects. Both words originally meant ‘chamber mate’ and both came to have the general meaning of ‘friend’. ‘Comrade’, however, was early associated with comrades in arms, fellow soldiers who shared one’s …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 11 comrade — n. 1) one s fallen comrades 2) a comrade in arms 3) an old comrade * * * [ kɒmr(e)ɪd] a comrade in arms an old comrade one s fallen comrades …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 12 comrade — UK [ˈkɒmreɪd] / US [ˈkɑmˌræd] noun [countable] Word forms comrade : singular comrade plural comrades 1) mainly literary a friend, especially someone you have fought together with in a war or worked with 2) Comrade used for talking to or about a… …

    English dictionary

  • 13 comrade — colleague, comrade A colleague (etymologically ‘one chosen along with another’) is a fellow worker, typically a white collar worker. The OED noted that the word was ‘not applied to partners in trade or manufacture’, i.e. blue collar workers. A… …

    Modern English usage

  • 14 Comrade — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Comrade est un cheval de course, gagnant de la première édition du Prix de l Arc de Triomphe en 1920. Comrade est le titre alternatif du film Double Agent …

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  • 15 Comrade X — Camarade X Clark Gable et Hedy Lamarr Camarade X (Comrade X) est un film américain réalisé par King Vidor en 1940, produit par la Metro Goldwyn Mayer …

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  • 16 comrade — noun /ˈkɒmreɪd,ˈkɑmræd,ˈkɑmrəd/ a) A mate, companion, or associate. Hello comrade, are you going to the CPC meeting? b) A companion in battle, fellow soldier. See Also: camaraderie …

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  • 17 comrade — com|rade [ˈkɔmrıd, reıd US ˈka:mræd] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: camarade, from Old Spanish camarada group of people sleeping in one room, friend , from cámara room , from Late Latin camera; CHAMBER] 1.) formal a friend, especially… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 comrade — com|rade [ kam,ræd ] noun count 1. ) MAINLY LITERARY a friend, especially someone you have worked with 2. ) Comrade used for talking to or about a member of a Socialist Party by other members of a Socialist Party …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 comrade — [16] Etymologically, one’s comrade is someone with whom one shares a room. The word came via French camerade from Spanish camarada ‘room sharer’, a derivative of camara ‘room’, from Latin camera. Cameraderie is a 19th century borrowing from… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 20 comrade — [[t]kɒ̱mreɪd, AM ræd[/t]] comrades 1) N COUNT: usu poss N Your comrades are your friends, especially friends that you share a difficult or dangerous situation with. [LITERARY] Unlike so many of his comrades he survived the war. 2) N TITLE; N VOC; …

    English dictionary


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