Noun(1) a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop(2) a friend who is frequently in the company of another(3) a spirit (usually in animal form
Adjective(1) well known or easily recognized(2) within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange(3) (usually followed by `with'(4) having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship
(1) I was a little taken aback by her use of the familiar term but I recovered quickly.(2) He thought his voice sounded familiar , and it was probably one of his friends.(3) she was a familiar sight at matches(4) The current debate around common factors feels quite familiar .(5) The band sounded familiar , he vaguely remembered a friend telling him about them a while ago.(6) The voice sounded faintly familiar to Draica but she quickly pushed the thought of her mind and focused on staying hidden.(7) Chances are that you found the sentence confusing, even though all the words are common and familiar .(8) Ian flushed happily with the familiar term of endearment from his father-in-law, but then continued seriously.(9) The artist clearly was on familiar terms with this patron and benefactor and portrayed him a number of times.(10) it's a familiar story(11) These kinds of killings that we witness and hear about have become all too familiar and frequent for us to either exhibit our emotions or even react in any way.(12) Take this familiar experience: spell a word wrongly in Microsoft Word and you see a wavy red underline appear under the word.(13) In British Columbia, L. disjunctus is the more common, widespread and familiar species.(14) The old man was on familiar terms with Matusoka Tamaki.(15) Another local man whose voice is so familiar to listeners is news presenter Sen O'Ciobhn who has been with the station since its foundation.(16) Oddly, he looked familiar and with a closer inspection she realized who it was.
(1) familiar with :: yn gyfarwydd gyda
(2) familiar face :: wyneb cyfarwydd
(3) be familiar :: yn gyfarwydd
(4) not familiar :: nad ydynt yn gyfarwydd
(5) be familiar with :: bod yn gyfarwydd â
(6) become familiar :: dod yn gyfarwydd
(7) get familiar :: ddod yn gyfarwydd
(8) sound familiar :: swnio'n gyfarwydd
(9) look familiar :: yn edrych yn gyfarwydd
(10) very familiar :: gyfarwydd iawn
1. well-known ::
2. acquainted with ::
3. informal ::
4. presumptuous ::
5. intimate ::
6. conversant ::
7. companion ::
8. familiar spirit ::
1. enemy ::
2. foe ::
familiar, familiarization, familiarly, familiars
Word Example from TV Shows
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Is this tune FAMILIAR to any of you?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4
...you should be FAMILIAR with the history
of Cornwall or be prepared to learn it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 3
There's something FAMILIAR
about all this.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 17
- You know, from Sesame Street.
- I'm FAMILIAR with Bert and Ernie.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 5
Are you FAMILIAR
with the 12 labors of Hercules?
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 21
English to Welsh Dictionary: familiar
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