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Urdu Meanings of Buddy with Examples and history

Buddy, give it a rest
Yaar hosla rakh  


Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 BUDDY
Noun, Verb
یار عزیز ۔ ساتھی ۔ دوست ۔ دوستی ۔ جِگری دوست ۔
2 BUDDY
Adjective
غنچوں سے بھرا ہوا ۔ کلی دار ۔ چھوٹا لڑکا ۔
3 BUDDY
Verb
دوستی کر لینا ۔ دوست ہو جانا ۔ دوست بنا لینا ۔
4 BUDDY (US ALSO BUD )
Noun
سا تھی ۔ ر فیق ۔ د وست ۔
5 BUDDY SYSTEM
Verb
کام پر ہی عملا اپنے ساتھیوں سے سیکھنا ۔

buddy

[buhd-ee] 
noun, plural buddies.
1.
comrade or chum (often used as a term of address).
2.
bud.
verb (used without object), buddied, buddying.
3.
to be a companion; be friendly or on intimate terms.
Verb phrases
4.
buddy up,
  1. to become friendly; be on friendly or intimate terms.
  2. to work closely together:
    to buddy up with a student from another high school.
5.
buddy up to, to become friendly with or curry the favor of:
He was buddying up to the political bosses.

Buddy

[buhd-ee]
noun
1. a male given name.

Bolden

[bohl-duh n]
noun
1.
Charles ("Buddy") 1868?–1931, U.S. cornet player: early pioneer in jazz.
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Examples from the web for buddy

  • AS with all great film genres, the buddy movie has a built-in structure.
  • Having a buddy that wants to run and be outside would be deeply satisfying.
  • My opponent's buddy lists of cross-continental collaborators are people who enjoyed a literary education.

British Dictionary definitions for buddy

buddy

/ˈbʌdɪ/
noun (pl) -dies
1.
(mainly US & Canadian) an informal word for friend Also called (as a term of address) bud
2.
a volunteer who visits and gives help and support to a person suffering from AIDS
3.
a volunteer who gives help and support to a person who has become disabled but is returning to work
verb -dying, -died
4.
(intransitive) to act as a buddy to a person suffering from AIDS

Word Origin

C19: probably a baby-talk variant (US) of brother

Bolden

/ˈbəʊldən/
noun
1.
Buddy, real name Charles Bolden. 1868–1931, US Black jazz cornet player; a pioneer of the New Orleans style
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Word Origin and History for buddy
n. 1850, American English, possibly an alteration of brother, or from British colloquial butty "companion" (1802), itself perhaps a variant of booty in booty fellow "confederate who shares plunder" (1520s). But butty, meaning "work-mate," also was a localized dialect word in England and Wales, attested since 18c., and long associated with coal miners. Short form bud is attested from 1851. Reduplicated form buddy-buddy (adj.) attested by 1952, American English.
Lenny Kent, a long-time fave here, is really in his element. ... After four weeks here he's got everone in town saying, "Hiya, Buddy, Buddy" with a drawl simulating his. [Review of Ned Schuyler's 5 O'Clock Club, Miami Beach, Fla., "Billboard," Nov. 12, 1949]

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