Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1amigo masculinecompinche masculine informalcuate masculine Mexico informal(as form of address) hermano informal(as form of address) macho Spain informal(as form of address) güey Mexico informal(as form of address) gallo Chile informalthey're good buddies — son muy compinches informal
- Sure I have friends, but not real friends, not the kind of close buddies that you share everything with.
- As an aside, before Christmas I ran into a buddy from high school.
- Sean is broke, so his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc suggests he gets a job at the local car wash.
- It follows four buddies, Asian-American high school students in Southern California who get caught up in a tumultuous rush of drugs, crime, and violence.
- I don't know if they'll ever be close buddies, but they definitely get on better these days.
- Growing up in the 1920s, his closest buddy was Fats Domino before his family relocated to Portland, Oregon, where Lee took up featherweight boxing.
- Well guess who are friends, buddies and dealmakers together?
- I lost the light of my life, my buddy, my best friend.
- In ‘Reunion,’ six high school friends investigate a buddy's death.
- Then he stood at attention and saluted in the direction of his fallen buddy, a friend he would never see again.
- He frustrates me but we are best friends, blood buddies.
- I have no friends, I have no family, I have no pals, no buddies, no chums, no amigos, nothing.
- It's the most advanced and stylish way to interact with family, friends or online buddies.
- It's a relationship that's grown - Joe and I are firm friends now, best buddies.
- Everyone should be blessed with a friend like my buddy Pete Haggins.
- He was and will always be my best friend; my closest buddy.
- You need these people to be your friends - your childless buddies will drop you like hot coals when the baby is born.
- Still, he is the innocuous core that links a huge cast of eccentric characters, foremost his war buddy and closest friend Samad Iqbal.
- Meanwhile, I will be having a final farewell party this Friday with all my buddies, climbing friends, old coworkers, old classmates and random strangers.
- Since they're best friends, his buddy would know where he was and who he was with.
- I say ditch her and jump the next plane back here to Paris, buddy.
- I've got some harsh words for you, buddy, so have a seat.
- Where did you get your journalism degree, buddy?
- ‘You've taken my luck, buddy,’ he humphs, as he collects his remaining chips and leaves.
- That ain't even the name of the bar anymore, buddy.
- The terse answer from a ticket agent: ‘If we find something, you're not going anywhere, buddy.’
- Well, I hope the stakes weren't too high, Joe, because you lost, buddy.
- Aficionados of comic book blockbusters will be shouting in unison, ‘Get green, buddy!’
- Well, I just wanna tell you, buddy, you're not alone.
- C'mon George, show some muscle when it counts, buddy.
- He yells, ‘Excuse me, buddy, but do you know what we're supposed to do about this thing?’
- I thank you for your suggestion, but back off, buddy.
- I can always tell how I'm doing by the number of sentences that start with, ‘Now, listen, buddy.’
- Clearly all of those people wearing red or white in the crowd are here to cheer for you, buddy.
- Do us all a favor, buddy, and just give back the painting.
- ‘Don't worry, buddy, it's just me,’ I sigh, wondering what went through his head today.
- Sky High nudges your funny bone and then stands back with a hearty grin and says, ‘No offence, buddy.’
- But when you're done, you're coming right back here, buddy!
- Often he will give Jon a parting look that says, ‘You're on your own, buddy.’
- Now, Darce, buddy, how about you run along and get William here a soda, he looks quite parched.