camaraderie

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ca·ma·ra·der·ie

 (kä′mə-rä′də-rē, käm′rä′də-rē)
n.
Goodwill and lighthearted rapport between or among friends; comradeship.

[French, from camarade, comrade, from Old French, roommate; see comrade.]
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camaraderie

(ˌkæməˈrɑːdərɪ)
n
a spirit of familiarity and trust existing between friends
[C19: from French, from comrade]
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ca•ma•ra•de•rie

(ˌkɑ məˈrɑ də ri, -ˈræd ə-, ˌkæm ə-)

n.
comradeship; good-fellowship.
[1830–40; < French, =camarade comrade + -erie -ery]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.camaraderie - the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
sociability, sociableness - the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one's fellows
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camaraderie

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Translations

camaraderie

[ˌkæməˈrɑːdərɪ] Ncompañerismo m
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camaraderie

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camaraderie

[ˌkæməˈrædərɪ] ncameratismo
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A spirit of esprit de corps and bon camraderie existed which tended greatly to this result ...
"For a lot of these guys as soon as they leave one of the biggest things they miss is that camraderie, that team work, that being appreciated as part of a team."
27 for three days of education and camraderie at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium organized by the California Association of Winegrape Growers and the American Society for Enology & Viticulture.
Indeed, it would be erroneous to consider that an equivalent level of "friendship, loyalty and camraderie" can be achieved in a one-off individual interaction between a researcher and research participant when compared, for example, to two life-long male friends.
They're great for camraderie, a bit of craic, but other than that it's quite quiet.
It is the joking, the fun, the camraderie, the tents, and the open fires, it is eating chunks of backstrap hot off the grill with your fingers until you can't fit another morsel into your mouth, then collapsing on a cot while the wood stove works its way through a piece of pine.
Two of the group are mothers working away from their families, and say the thrills, spills and camraderie they get from boarding is much more fulfilling than shopping or watching films.
Humanism was evident through camraderie in forms such as company baseball teams and charity fundraisers.
In just a few years, Martin Rees has raised the profile of Ducati in Scotland to the extent that there are clubs, race nights, socials and a real camraderie among owners.
"I have always believed that sports, adventure, outdoors are the Army's age old method of bringing in spirit, camraderie and also for officers and junior leaders to learn skills of leadership and team work," said Singh.
"And there's a camraderie and a party side to tracks that always have people singing along."