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- fraternity (n.)
- early 14c., "body of men associated by common interest," from Old French fraternité (12c.), from Latin fraternitatem (nominative fraternitas) "brotherhood," from fraternus "brotherly," from frater "brother," from PIE *bhrater "brother" (see brother). Meaning "state or condition of being as brothers" is from late 15c. College Greek-letter organization sense is from 1777, first in reference to Phi Beta Kappa.
- 1. One of writer's favourite themes is the fraternity of mankind.
- 2. Alexander is a member of the medical fraternity.
- 3. Republic One and Indivisible. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death!
- 统一不可分割的共和国, 自由平等博爱或死亡.
来自英汉文学 - 双城记
- 4. Bob needs the fraternity of others who share his mission.
- 5. You're glad to be a member of this new water fraternity.
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