|(Australian) pal, friend, mate, buddy||cobber|
|(Australian Slang) elderly person; geriatric person||gerry|
|(Australian slang) mongrel||mong|
|(Australian Slang) work break||smoko|
|(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice||jackaroo|
|(north england) ram, head of hammer, mate with a ewe, sexual relations (British Slang)||tup|
|(Slang) buddy, brother, unnamed male person||bub|
|2 horses harnessed together, 2 mating animals, 2 opposing members making a voting agreement, 2 people together, 2 playing cards, 2 similar things used together, agreement to form a pair, couple, couple; be part one of a match; mate; form pairs, electro...||pair|
|a few, associate two things, connect, join, link; marry; mate, engage in sexual intercourse, electrical contact, have sexual intercourse, join two things, pair of dogs, duo, group of two persons or things; (Mechanics) two equal forces acting in opposit...||couple|
|able to be grafted, able to be used with something, able to cross-pollinate, able to mate, acceptable to the body, capable of existing together in harmony; congruous; able to be used with other machines without alteration; able to be used on or with ot...||compatible|
|able to return to its original shape after being stretched or pulled; flexible, springy, rubbery, accommodating, adaptable, easily changed, made of elastic, returning to its original shape after stress, rubber band, stretchy and flexible, stretchy mate...||elastic|
|acquaintance, advocate of a cause, ally, one who is affectionately attached to another; pal, buddy; fan, supporter; one who belongs to the same group; one who is not hostile; member of the Religious Society of Friends, Quaker, patron of institution or ...||friend|
|acquainted with something, familial, familiar spirit, friendly, good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned, household attendant of pope or bishop, imp...||familiar|
|act as a friend to; assist, aid, stand by, make friends with||befriend|
|act as AIDS helper, friend, pal; guy, fellow (Slang), helper to AIDS patient, term of address for male||buddy|
|affectionate and trusting, easy to use, game not forming part of competition, helpful, in a friendly manner, kindly, welcoming, cordial, amicable, like a friend, not fiercely competitive, on the same side, pleasant and welcoming, somebody who behaves l...||friendly|
|African American woman, close woman friend, closely linked, female sibling, female sibling; nun, female member of a religious order; head nurse, chief nurse (British); close female friend; fellow woman; female advocate of feminism; fellow black woman (...||sister|
|afternoon, evening (Australian slang)||arvo|
|aggressive form of address, become friends with somebody, chum, buddy, an affectionate term for a friend, make friends with, mingle with, fraternize||pal|
|Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; Elle McPherson (born 1964 as Eleanor Gow), Australian-born Super Model and actor; family name||McPherson|
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