comrades'kɒmrɪd noun +a person who is frequently in the company of another +a fellow member of the Communist Party +used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement
colleague, associate, friend, companion, chum, crony, confrère, Colloq pal, chum, ChieflyBrit and Australian mate, Australian cobber, US buddy:
None of my comrades from the old regiment attended the reunion this year.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun 1 a person who is a member of the same COMMUNIST or SOCIALIST political party as the person speaking: We must fight for our rights, comrades! 2 (BrE also comrade-in-arms) (old-fashioned) a friend or other person that you work with, especially as soldiers during a war: They were old army comrades. comradely adjective comradeship noun [U]: There was a sense of comradeship between them.
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