matenoun

  • ja友人
  • enfriend; commonly used for 'friend' in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand

Examples

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Mute
1.
Wyatt, are you okay?
2.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
3.
Arm got attacked.
4.
Give us a look, mate.
5.
Oh, nice one.
6.
Yeah, I'm not exactly sure how I'm gonna explain this one back home.
7.
Hey, keep the chat to a minimum, yeah?
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Mute
1.
When you marooned me on that godforsaken spit of land,
2.
you forgot one very important thing, mate.
3.
I'm Captain Jack Sparrow.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
So they were like, "Let's see who else is out there before we offer it to Chris Evans."
2.
And I went in.
3.
And I tested for 'Captain America.'
4.
Got to wear the suit, which was really fun.
5.
This is a true story.
6.
I was putting the suit on.
7.
And the guy was like, "This is really momentous."
8.
And I said, "Yes."
9.
I was putting the suit on.
10.
I was halfway up, not wearing any other clothes other than this.
11.
And I was halfway up and I was like, "I think —"
12.
And right at that moment, Chris Hemsworth walked by.
13.
And he was like, "You look good, mate."
14.
And I was like, "Nope.
15.
You know what?
16.
It's fine.
17.
We don't have to do this."
PLAY
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Mute
1.
Oy, mate, this you?
2.
I believe it is.
3.
Wicked.
4.
You coaching football.
5.
You are a legend for doing something so stupid.
6.
I mean, it's mental.
7.
They're gonna murder you.
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Mute
1.
Hey, mate, I'm in Liverpool.
2.
And I'm wondering if you can help.
3.
Yeah, I need somebody.
4.
Not just anybody.
5.
Can you please, please help me?
6.
Oh, that's great.
7.
Thanks so much, mate.
8.
I'll see you in a minute.
9.
Thank you.
10.
What a good guy.
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Mute
1.
So, first off, you're so handsome
2.
and you get all the ladies.
3.
So do you have any tips for me when I get older?
4.
Just do what you're doing, mate.
5.
I mean, look at you.
6.
Look at that charisma and the personality.
7.
You've got the suit, you've got the hair, you've got the shoes.