comradely


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com•rade•ly

(ˈcɒm ræd li, -rɪd-)

adj.
of, like, or befitting a comrade: comradely support.
[1875–80]
com′rade•li•ness, n.
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Adj.1.comradely - heartily friendly and congenialcomradely - heartily friendly and congenial  
friendly - characteristic of or befitting a friend; "friendly advice"; "a friendly neighborhood"; "the only friendly person here"; "a friendly host and hostess"
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comradely

adjective friendly, neighbourly, pally (informal), amiable, cordial, genial, affable, fraternal, chummy (informal), companionable, palsy-walsy (informal), matey or maty (Brit. informal) He gave her a comradely grin.
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Translations

comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdlɪ] ADJde camarada
I gave him some comradely advicele di unos consejos de camarada
we did it in a comradely spiritlo hicimos como camaradas
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comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdli] adj (= friendly) → amical(e)
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comradely

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comradely

[ˈkɒmreɪdlɪ] adj (chat, spirit) → amichevole
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References in classic literature ?
Joan's unexpected presence embarrassed him, until she herself put him at his ease by a frank, comradely manner that offended Sheldon's sense of the fitness of things feminine.
Forgetting that he was only a brute, he posited that this was no more than a brute with which he strove to play in the genial comradely way that the Skipper played.
We parted true comradely, and I wandered down the wharf to the Razzle Dazzle.
Buck received them in comradely fashion, Dave ignored them, while Spitz proceeded to thrash first one and then the other.
At first he had been content just to ride with Dede and to be on comradely terms with her; but the desire and the need for her increased.
The atmosphere of mutual respect, warm, almost comradely relations between students and the rector are another confirmation of his high personal and professional qualities.
"Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping referred to the fact that through the five rounds of meetings in a little more than a year they had profound communications as well as excellent and beneficial talks to have deep understanding of each other, reached a consensus on important issues, deepened the comradely trust and forged special relations of friendship," the agency reported.
"They reached a consensus on important issues, deepened the comradely trust, and forged special relations of friendship, and expressed their will to creditably carry forward and glorify the friendly relations between the two parties and the two countries in the future, too, whatever the international situation," it added.
Sources from inside the room characterised the meeting of the 41-member NEC, which brings together representatives of the party leadership, MPs and members as well as unions, as "respectful, constructive and comradely throughout".
He called for Stalin's removal from the post of General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, and broke off "all personal and comradely relations" with him, a year before his untimely death in 1924.
At times disputatiously at others, in a comradely manner.