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Familiar (comparative more Familiar, superlative most Familiar)

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Familiar

Comparative
more Familiar

Superlative
most Familiar

  1. Known to one.
    There’s a familiar face.
  2. Acquainted.
    I'm not familiar with this system.
  3. Intimate or friendly.
    We are not on familiar terms.
  4. Inappropriately intimate or friendly.
    Don’t be familiar with me, boy!

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Singular
Familiar

Plural
Familiars

Familiar (plural Familiars)
  1. An attendant spirit often in animal form.
    The witch’s familiar was a black cat.

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Patrono:Gl-adj

  1. familiar (as opposed to formal)

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Familiar m. (feminine familiar, plural familiares)

  1. of family
  2. close, familiar
  3. daily, plain

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Familiar m. (feminine familiar, plural familiares)

  1. relative

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