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camaraderie

Syllabification: ca·ma·ra·de·rie
Pronunciation: /ˌkäməˈrädərē
 
, ˌkaməˈrädərē
 
/

Definition of camaraderie in English:

noun

Mutual trust and friendship among people who spend a lot of time together: a genuine camaraderie on the hockey team
More example sentences
  • The last few days and nights are a good indication of team spirit and camaraderie among the teams.
  • Is this the inevitable camaraderie among smart people in a small country?
  • You get a real sense of camaraderie among the group when you win interstate.
Synonyms
friendship, comradeship, fellowship, companionship, fraternity, conviviality;
mutual support, team spirit, esprit de corps
informal bromance

Origin

mid 19th century: from French, from camarade 'comrade'.

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