mateship


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mateship

(ˈmeɪtʃɪp)
n
Austral the comradeship of friends, usually male, viewed as an institution
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mateship

[ˈmeɪtʃɪp] N (esp Australia) → compañerismo m, compadreo m (esp LAm)
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The Battle of Hamel was a turning point that put the German army on the defensive right up until Armistice Day and for our two nations it was the beginning of a hundred years of mateship.
The leaders will celebrate 100 years of mateship through war, peace, and prosperity, charting the course for the coming century of partnership," the statement concluded.
The camaraderie that develops among the crew makes it all worthwhile; through adverse situations comes a mateship like no other.
Sam Webb and Lee Carseldine would often invoke mateship to fight against overly strategic players like ladanza.
Summary: The workmate who was called 'a shiner' took quite a dark view of the term and pretty soon, mateship was temporarily suspended .
The tragic Gallipoli campaign has often been discussed in relation to the Australian ideals of mateship, courage and ingenuity in the face of overwhelming odds.
Tyke's protectiveness towards Danny, in the light of this big gender reveal, seems less like mateship and more like that (decidedly modern) trope, the capable female who looks after the helpless, hopeless male.
8220;We love doing it for the cars, the mateship and endless dirt roads, but honestly, having seen firsthand where the funding goes, we feel privileged to again be involved in raising money and awareness for such a worthy charity.
Successive Australian politicians and early historians suggest that these brave Australian soldiers supposedly possessed a shared set of positive and commendable characteristics that were indicative of being a "true Australian," including courage, charisma, larrikinism and mateship.
It is a captivating and thought-provoking picture book that shares honestly information around the lives of Australians who were recruited, transported and trained as ANZACs--an acronym synonymous with bravery and mateship.
the public displays of patriotism and the myths of mateship paper over the reality of a society riven by self-doubt, a small enclave of twenty million people mainly of European origin cast adrift in a huge continent on the fringe of Asia, ashamed of our treatment of our aboriginal predecessors, embarrassed by our British institutions, muddled by political correctness.
Playing the titular Australian farmer who journeys to Turkey four years after the WWI battles at Gallipoli in search of his three missing soldier sons, he has crafted the film to play to his strengths of stoicism, determination and aw-shucks mateship at the expense of deeper truths about war and tolerance.