confrere

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See also: confrère

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French confrere

Noun[edit]

confrere (plural confreres)

  1. A colleague or fellow, especially a professional one.
    • 2008, Michael Sheehan, Wordmall, February 18
      Unfortunately, when it comes to the informant who turns state’s evidence against a confrere, the OED slaps on the obscure origin label.

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