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com·rade / ˈkämˌrad; ˈkämrəd/ • n. a companion who shares one's activities or is a fellow member of an organization. ∎  (also com·rade-in-arms) a fellow soldier or serviceman. ∎  a fellow socialist or communist (often as a form of address): Comrade Lenin. DERIVATIVES: com·rade·ly adj. com·rade·ship / ship/ n.

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comrade XVI. Earlier came-, camarade, etc. — F. camerade, camarade (orig. fem.) — Sp. camarada room-mate, f. camara CHAMBER; see -ADE.

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