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friend / CL: 個|个,
HSK 1
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  *交* | 交* | *交
to hand over / to deliver / to pay (money) / to turn over / to make friends / to intersect (lines) / variant of
HSK 4
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  *友* | 友* | *友
friend
online friend / Internet user
to make friends
to seek new friends through personal ads, dating apps etc
close friend / pal / (social networking website) friend / CL: 個|个
singles seeking marriage partners / in-laws and friends
friendly / amicable / close friend
HSK 4
(a woman's) best friend / bosom friend / confidante
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  *故* | 故* | *故
happening / instance / reason / cause / intentional / former / old / friend / therefore / hence / (of people) to die, dead
to be on good terms / to be close friends / striving for self-improvement
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  *朋* | 朋* | *朋
friend
to cross over (e.g. traffic) / to intersect / to make friends
old friend / sb who passed the county level imperial exam (in Ming dynasty)
friends and relatives
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to crush together (in a crowd) / to make friends / to check (accounts)
friends and family / kith and kin
relatives and friends
lit. green plums and hobby-horse (idiom) / fig. innocent children's games / childhood sweethearts / a couple who grew up as childhood friends
to make friends with
intimate friend / soul mate
acquaintance / friend
old friend / (slang) period / menstruation
to make friends / to meet friends / member of the same organization
to know oneself / to be intimate or close / intimate friend
Goofy (friend of Mickey Mouse)
to quote / to cite / to recommend (one's friend's, associates etc)
friend
best friends / inseparable sidekick / diehard followers
old friend / the deceased
to make friends / (dialect) to start an affair with sb
five constant virtues of Confucianism, namely: benevolence , righteousness 義|义, propriety 禮|礼, wisdom and fidelity / five cardinal relationships of Confucianism (between ruler and subject, father and son, husband and wife, brothers, friends) / five phases of Chinese philosophy: water , fire , wood , metal , earth
(slang) very close same-sex friend / gay partner
(dialect) close childhood friend whom one grew up with / a couple who grew up as childhood friends
to uphold justice / to be loyal (to one's friends) / to stick by
intimate friend / close friend
(female usage) older brother (loanword from Korean "oppa") / male friend
close female friend / confidante
to feel as if it had happened to oneself / to sympathize / (polite expression of gratitude for a favor received by a friend etc) I take it as a personal favor
a friend made in hospital or people who become friends in hospital / wardmate
(of male friends) to have been through thick and thin together / to be like family / to share the same view of things
lit. blog friend
bad friend
good teacher and helpful friend (idiom); mentor
'old chap' (form of address between male friends)
good friend / companion
close friend
innate sense of right and wrong / conscience / bosom friend
as before / as usual / (to be) like old friends
to forget favors and violate justice (idiom); ingratitude to a friend / to kick a benefactor in the teeth
helpful friend / wise companion
fuck buddy / friend with benefits
old friend / deceased friend
brother (polite appellation for a friend one's age)
to remember old friends / to cherish old friendships / for old time's sake
to worm one's way into being friends with sb (usually derogatory)
(honorific written address) My dear friend
to be intimate / close friend / paramour
not to hold anything back (idiom) / (of close friends etc) to tell each other everything
to be loyal (to one's friends) / to value loyalty
the people are gone and the place is empty (idiom) / the sight of a deserted place brings old friends to mind / the place is deserted / the birds have flown
friend from whom you can seek advice
to visit one's friends and relations
(of relatives or friends) to live far apart from each other
lit. people rebelling and friends deserting (idiom) / fig. to find oneself utterly isolated
paying more attention to a lover than friends (idiom) / to value sex over friendship
guests / invited friends
a close friend over many years
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  *俦* | 俦* | *俦
comrades / friends / companions
lit. don't fight, won't make friends (idiom); an exchange of blows may lead to friendship / no discord, no concord
(coll.) very close male friends
best friend
close male friend / confidant
to have friendly relationships / circle of friends
(of friends or partners) to share both the honor and the disgrace (idiom)
relatives and friends
to visit a prisoner (usu. a relative or friend)
surrounded by distinguished friends (idiom); in company
favoritism shown to sb because of the influence of the person's wife or other female relative / (by extension) favoritism towards relatives, friends or associates
old friend
a friend capable of direct admonition
(long time) friend of the family
a friend in need is a friend indeed (idiom)
friends despite the difference in age
close friend in a distant land, far-flung realms as next door / close in spirit although far away
former acquaintance / old friend
to be close friends
to convert an enemy into a friend (idiom)
intimate friend
meeting an old friend in a foreign place (idiom)
to gather one's friends / to band together
old friends
fellow soldier / comrade / companion / intimate friend
to look up and see no-one familiar (idiom); not having anyone to rely on / without a friend in the world
former acquaintance / old friend
to be separated (from a friend, one's homeland etc) for a period of time / after a hiatus of (x years)
lit. drinking buddy (idiom) / fig. fair-weather friend
lit. neither a relative nor a friend (idiom) / fig. unrelated to one another in any way
good friend / (slang) a visit from Aunt Flo (menstrual period)

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