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the feeling of being friends with someone or of being with friendly people
the feeling of liking and caring for someone such as a member of your family or a close friend
the relationship you have with a good friend who spends a lot of time with you
a feeling of friendship and support between people who do the same work or have the same interests
the friendship and support that a group of people, especially men, get from one another
feelings of friendship, trust, and support between people
friendship and trust between people in a group
a feeling of friendship and happiness in a close relationship
formal friendship, especially between people who fight together in a war or work together
a feeling of wanting to be friendly and helpful to someone
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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