English - Turkish

  1. arkadaşlar
  2. ihvan
  3. arkadaş olmak
  4. arkadaşları
  5. yâran
  6. dost (friend)
  7. arkadaş isim (friend)
  8. koruyan kimse (friend)
  9. have a friend at court mahkemede dayısı olmak (friend)
  10. ahbap (friend)
  11. be friends with ahbap olmak (friend)
  12. Enise İsimler (Friend)
  13. Enis İsimler (Friend)
  14. arkadaşın (friend)
  15. arkadaşı (friend)
  16. tanıdık isim (friend)
  17. yaren (friend)
  18. yakın (friend)
  19. yardımcı (friend)
  20. yâr (friend)
  21. yoldaş (friend)
  22. make friends with someone bir (friend)
  23. Kuveykır mezhebine mensup kimse (friend)
  24. arkası olmak (friend)
  25. make friends dost kazanmak (friend)
  26. dostça davranmak (friend)
  27. can (friend)
  28. ayaktaş (friend)
  29. destek isim (friend)

English - English

  1. The Quakers; the Society of Friends
  2. plural form of Friend
  3. plural of Friend
  4. Friends Society of Friends of Constitutional Government Society of the Friends of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
  5. chaverim
  6. Brand name of a spring-loaded camming device now manufactured by Wild Country. Now used (often without initial capital) to refer to any such device - "See" (Friend)
  7. A Quaker; a member of the Society of Friends (Friend)
  8. bitch - "How my bitches been doin'?" (Friend.)
  9. mucker - "Fancy a pint, me old mucker?" (Friend.)
  10. To add a person to a list of friends on one's social networking site; to officially designate (someone) as a friend - "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." (friend)
  11. In object-oriented programming, a function or class granted special access to the private and protected members of another class - "To make a function be a friend to a class, the reserved word friend precedes the function prototype..." (friend)
  12. Used as a form of address when warning someone - "You’d better watch it, friend." (friend)
  13. A person who backs something - "I’m not a friend of cheap wine." (friend)
  14. A person other than a family member, spouse or lover whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection (friend)
  15. A boyfriend or girlfriend (friend)
  16. An associate who provides assistance - "The police is every law abiding citizen’s friend." (friend)
  17. A person with whom one is vaguely or indirectly acquainted - "a friend of a friend" (friend)
  18. An object or idea that can be used for good - "Google is your friend." (friend)
  19. To act as a friend to, to befriend; to be friendly to, to help - "Lo sluggish Knight the victors happie pray: / So fortune friends the bold ." (friend)
  20. bra - ""Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra, la-la how the life goes on" ~ Lennon/McCartney, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, 1968." (friend.)
  21. amigo (friend.)
  22. eme (friend.)
  23. A class which has unlimited access to private members to the class who declares it as friend Disabled by derivation Rule: "My father's friends are not my friends" (friend)
  24. become pals, become buddies; make peace with (be friends)
  25. to act as the friend of (friend)
  26. One who entertains for another such sentiments of esteem, respect, and affection that he seeks his society and welfare; a wellwisher; an intimate associate; sometimes, an attendant (friend)
  27. whose friendly feelings may be assumed (friend)
  28. Either a class or a function that has access to all of a class's data and member functions That is, the friend has access to the class's public, protected, and private members (friend)
  29. a member of the Religious Society of Friends founded by George Fox (the Friends have never called themselves Quakers) (friend)
  30. a person who backs a politician or a team etc ; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library" (friend)


About This Word

    Etymology: [ frend ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English frend, from Old English frEond; akin to Old High German friunt friend, Old English frEon to love, frEo free.
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