Definition of comrad
1. comrade [ n ] a person who is frequently in the company of another
Examples: "drinking companions" "comrades in arms"
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Dropping to one knee , Cook felled one , and the other struggled off with his comrade , sending no further fire in his direction .
As he pushed open the door he fell on his face , one of his comrades pulling him inside .
When the house was about half consumed , his comrade ran to the door and threw up his hands , declaring repeatedly that he did not know the whereabouts of Manuel .
There was no extra horse so it was left to his comrades who , though numbering in the fifties , had stood around on the hillside nearby without firing a shot during the entire attack .Synonyms comrade companion fellow associate familiar Related Terms friend date playmate tovarich consort
2. Comrade [ n ] a fellow member of the Communist PartySynonyms Comrade Related Terms communist
3. comrade [ n ] used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement
Examples: "Greetings, comrade!"
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