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bro

 (brō)
n. pl. bros Slang
1. A brother.
2. Friend; pal. Used as a form of familiar address for a man or boy: So long, bro.

[African American Vernacular English.]

bros.

or Bros.,

brothers.
Translations

Bros

pl (Comm) abbr of BrothersGebr.
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