σύντροφος, ταίρι, υποπλοίαρχος, πατριότηςζευγαρώνω, ζευγαρώνομαι
Noun(1) the officer below the master on a commercial ship(2) a fellow member of a team(3) the partner of an animal (especially a sexual partner(4) a person's partner in marriage(5) an exact duplicate(6) one of a pair(7) South American holly; leaves used in making a drink like tea(8) informal term for a friend of the same sex(9) South American tea-like drink made from leaves of a South American holly called mate(10) a chess move constituting an inescapable and indefensible attack on the opponent's king
Verb(1) engage in sexual intercourse(2) bring two objects, ideas, or people together(3) place an opponent's king under an attack from which it cannot escape and thus ending the game
(1) It seems likely that there was a minimum crew comprising master, mate , boatswain, at least two seamen and possibly one apprentice.(2) The male partner will provision his mate with food but does not go into the maternity den.(3) None of that euphemistic glowing or perspiring here, mate .(4) It is always terrifying to give birth; how much more so without one's mate there to share the moment?(5) Image is everything in Hollywood, and one's mate is among one's most important accessories.(6) Crouching, with wings outstretched, the huge birds mate , then fly away together to a nearby glade.(7) a sock without its mate(8) Both admitted intentionally killing a wild bird, injuring its mate and having a loaded air rifle without lawful authority.(9) So, I asked my daughter, do the teachers talk of love - for mate and child - in terms of respect?(10) More and more anglers are either going solo, or going in partnership with a mate or several mates and buying their own boat.(11) Girls should have the confidence to play hard to get, to wait until they find a mate who matches their demands rather than giving in so easily.(12) I mean, that's terrible to lose a life partner and a mate at any age, but certainly at a young age like that.(13) A randy tortoise is on the run after scaling a two-foot wall in search of a new partner after his mate of 38 years died.(14) In late winter they migrate to selected shallow bays, forming congregations to pair and eventually mate .(15) Members of the same species can mate and breed to produce fertile offspring.(16) I just had the perfect run, mate , it was like I was in the zone, you know, it was just all happening for me, and I just got the best run through.
(1) soul mate :: αδελφή ψυχή
(2) class mate :: κατηγορία σύντροφο
(3) first mate :: πρώτο σύντροφο
(4) chief mate :: υποπλοίαρχος
(5) running mate :: λειτουργία mate
(6) team-mate :: team-mate
(7) second mate :: υποπλοίαρχος
(8) drinking mate :: πόσιμο σύντροφο
1. partner ::
2. match ::
3. better half ::
4. fellow ::
5. teammate ::
6. first mate ::
7. checkmate ::
8. breed ::
9. checkmate ::
10. copulate ::
11. twin ::
mate, mated, mates, matey, mateys, mating
Word Example from TV Shows
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There, in the mountains. I don’t really
know why I told you that, MATE.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9
The murderer was the first MATE
whether it makes sense to you or not.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10
...to make sure
that Missy chooses a suitable MATE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 15
...they find their MATE more desirable
when he's courted by another female.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 9
Do your part and I’ll do mine, MATE.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
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