confrater

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin confrater, from com- (a form of con-) 'together' + frater 'brother, fellow'

Noun[edit]

confrater m (plural confraters, diminutive confratertje n)

  1. A confrere, professional colleague, notably in an esteemed, learned profession, especially lawyer
  2. A fellow member, as of a confraternity
  3. (figuratively) A confrere, comrade, cahoot

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