- A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well: she was able to establish a good rapport with the children she had an instant rapport with animals [mass noun]: there was little rapport between themMore example sentences
- He has a great rapport with the other players and he and his wife socialise with them.
- Their set of songs were played flawlessly and they had a great rapport with each other on stage.
- She was a person of understanding and tolerance and had a rapport on a very human level with all her pupils.
mid 17th century: French, from rapporter 'bring back'.