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be (or make) friends with

Definition of be or make friends with in English:

Be (or become) on good or affectionate terms with: Carrie wanted to be friends with everyone
More example sentences
  • Right away you notice she's the type of girl everyone wants to be friends with.
  • Did you ever have a friend at school who you though you'd be friends with for ever?
  • My friend said he was friends with the owners and said it wouldn't be that much money.
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