Definition of buddy-buddy in English:

buddy-buddy

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adjective

informal , chiefly derogatory
Very friendly: he’s buddy-buddy with the Ambassador
More example sentences
  • That's not what you would have said before you became all buddy-buddy with Aaron!
  • As such, the film's title, although canny in its efforts to ensure a wider audience, will be a little confusing to those young men expecting a raucous, beer-driven, buddy-buddy laugh-fest.
  • Not at all buddy-buddy and back-slappy, they initially give the impression of having been paired together randomly, possibly by computer, at the insistence of increasingly desperate comedy execs.

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