Simple Definition of comrade
: a close friend you have worked with, been in the military with, etc.
Comrade —used as a title for a member of a communist party
Examples of comrade in a sentence
He enjoys spending time with his old army comrades.
<the boy, and two others who are known to be his comrades, are wanted for questioning by the police>
Origin and Etymology of comrade
Middle French camarade group sleeping in one room, roommate, companion, from Old Spanish camarada, from cámara room, from Late Latin camera, camara — more at chamber
First Known Use: 1544
Rhymes with comrade
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