fraternize

ˈfrætənaɪz гл.
1) относиться по-братски (with) , по-дружески относиться к кому-л.
2) воен. вступать в дружеские отношения с вражеской или оккупированной стороной The soldiers are not allowed to fraternize with the people of the conquered town. ≈ Солдатам не разрешается брататься с населением побежденного города. относиться по-братски (сленг) общаться с населением оккупированной страны или страны размещения войск (сленг) вступать в связь с женщиной из местного населения обращаться запанибрата - army officers may not * with their men офицерам не положено фамильярничать с солдатами брататься fraternize брататься ~ разг. вступать в тесные отношения с населением оккупированной страны ~ относиться по-братски

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • fraternize — (also fraternise) ► VERB (usu. fraternize with) ▪ be on friendly terms. DERIVATIVES fraternization noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Fraternize — Fra ter*nize (? or ?; 277), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fraternized}; p. pr. & vb. n.. {Fraternizing}.] [Cf. F. fraterniser.] To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like occupation or character; to have brotherly feelings. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fraternize — Fra ter*nize, v. t. To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy. [1913 Webster] Correspondence for fraternizing the two nations. Burke. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fraternize — index cooperate, join (associate oneself with) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • fraternize — 1610s, to sympathize as brothers, from Fr. fraterniser, from M.L. fraternizare, from fraternus brotherly (see FRATERNITY (Cf. fraternity)). Military sense of cultivate friendship with enemy troops is from 1897 (used in World War I with reference… …   Etymology dictionary

  • fraternize — (Amer.) frat·er·nize || frætÉ™(r)naɪz v. join together, fellowship (also franternise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fraternize — [v] associate with be friendly, be sociable with, club together, consort with, fall in with, go around with, hang out with, hobnob*, keep company with, make friends, mingle with, mix with, rub elbows with, rub shoulders with, run with, socialize… …   New thesaurus

  • fraternize — [frat′ər nīz΄] vi. fraternized, fraternizing [Fr fraterniser < L fraternus: see FRATERNAL] 1. to associate in a brotherly manner; be on friendly terms 2. to have intimate or friendly relations with any of the enemy: said of soldiers occupying… …   English World dictionary

  • fraternize — UK [ˈfrætə(r)naɪz] / US [ˈfrætərˌnaɪz] verb [intransitive] Word forms fraternize : present tense I/you/we/they fraternize he/she/it fraternizes present participle fraternizing past tense fraternized past participle fraternized formal to spend… …   English dictionary

  • fraternize — v. (D; intr.) to fraternize with * * * [ frætənaɪz] (D; intr.) to fraternize with …   Combinatory dictionary

  • fraternize — frat|er|nize also fraternise BrE [ˈfrætənaız US ər ] v to be friendly with someone, especially if you have been ordered not to be friendly with them fraternize with ▪ The troops were forbidden to fraternize with the enemy. >fraternization… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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