- n. 伙伴，好朋友；密友；小男孩
- vi. 做好朋友，交朋友
- n. (Buddy)人名；(英)巴迪
- 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]
Buddy system attested from 1920.
- buddy (v.)
- 1931, perhaps originally U.S. underworld slang, usually with up, from buddy (n.). Related: Buddied; buddying.
- 1. Hey, no way, buddy.
- 2. an old college buddy of mine
- 3. Get out of my way, buddy!
- 别挡道了, 你这家伙!
- 4. Calm down, buddy [ old chap ] . What's the trouble?
- 压压气, 老兄. 有什么麻烦 吗 ?
- 5. That is easy, buddy.
- 老兄, 不用忙.
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