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suffix -friendly pronunciation in American English /fren(d)li/
  1. sometimes used with nouns to make a new adjective meaning that something helps or does not harm a particular type of person or thing

    the campaign for wildlife-friendly farming

    Science teachers need to take a more girl-friendly approach (=that helps girls to be interested in science).

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chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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