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Comrade1: u r the best comrade
Comrade2: thanks
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1. A word used to greet good friends or close allies. To refer to somebody as “Comrade” is to refer to them as a good friend. Your comrade is somebody you can trust, easily talk to, and have a good connection with.

2. An ally in battle. Your comrade in battle is somebody who would be willing to risk your life to save.

3. A form of greeting used among friends, and communists

4. A communist
1. “Are you friends with him?”

“Yes, we are fellow comrades.”

2. Soldier: “Help”

You: “I’ll save you!” *Runs into battle to save

your comrade*

3. “Greetings comrade!”

“Greetings!”

4: “Who is that?”

“That is that comrade dude.”

“Is he communist?”

“Yeah.”
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The most beautiful greeting in the word. A true worker's word.
Burning american flags again, Comrade?
by Llegovski October 2, 2003
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The ultimate post-gender pronoun used by true revolutionaries regardless of borders and language.
"Good Day, Comrade!"
"Bonjour, Comrade! Have you seen Susan? I haven't seen that comrade since our last worker's revolt."
"Sorry, Comrade, haven't seen that Comrade either.
by ComradeConrad4 May 19, 2017
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The word Comrade is a word used by most communists to describe a friend, ally, or to replace a title.
"Help me Comrade"

"Comrade Chekov saved a cat yesterday"
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A Russian Term Used Mostly Used By The Soviets
It Replaces The Words Mr/Mrs
For Example...
Comrade Reznov Gave Me A Bottle Of Vodka

Instead Of Mr/Mrs Reznov Gave Me A Bottle Of Vodka
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A snooty term, sometimes perjoratve, used by American soldiers, especially in West Berlin, to refer to German nationals.
I’d like to place the machine gun over there, but comrade has his panties in a twist over us damaging trees.
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