- n.（尤指共患难的）朋友; 战友，同志
- 复数: comrades;
- 形容词: comradely;
Please report these suggestions to Comrade Hu Yaobang.
Better be careful of your bookish approach, comrade.
Comrade Mao Zedong's Combat Liberalism is a good Marxist essay.
Comrade Liu was out so I left a card on him.
I hope all the members will unite closely around Comrade Jiang Zemin.
Allow me to introduce Comrade Zhou, our department head.
He has set himself to learn from Comrade Bethune.
I called on Comrade Li at his office.
Comrade Wang is good at break and bucket play.
Therefore, I raise both hands in support of Comrade Chen Yun's proposal.
May I bring Comrade Li round to see you on Sunday?
我可以在星期天带李同志来看你 吗 ?
Epitaph on the Monument to the Heroes of the People drafted by Comrade Mao Tsetung.
I want to borrow a ball, comrade.
This heroic utterance by Comrade Wang Jinxi voices the lofty aspirations of the workers and caders of Daqing and their families.
We'll send Comrade Li along to collect opinions.
He's stopping at Comrade Li's in town.
It goes without saying that we should help a comrade in difficulty.
This comrade speaks English, and that very well.
The soldier jeopardized his life to save his comrade.
Whenever a comrade needs help, he is ready to give it.
I've invited Comrade Wang.
Comrade Bethune was a doctor; the art of healing was his profession and he was constantly perfecting his skill.
We are now sending Comrade Zhang along to get in touch with you.
He vowed to himself to avenge his martyred comrade.
The article was discussed by us all, but Comrade Wang did the actual writing.
We can't remain indifferent when any comrade is in difficulty.
1. a person who is frequently in the company of another;
"comrades in arms"
2. used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement;
chamber 室, 房间, 议院, 会所
chamber=camer小室→n.室, 房间, 议院, 会所
comrade 同事,朋友, 同志, 伙伴
associate, companion, comrade, colleague, fellow, partner