- adj. 友好的；友善的
- adv. 友好地
- 友好的,友谊的 behaving in a kind and pleasant way; acting like a friend
- 和睦的,融洽的 of a relationship in which people treat each other as friend
troops belonging to or allied with your own military forces;
"friendlies came to their rescue"
characteristic of or befitting a friend;
"a friendly neighborhood"
"the only friendly person here"
"a friendly host and hostess"
inclined to help or support; not antagonistic or hostile;
"a government friendly to our interests"
"an amicable agreement"
easy to understand or use;
"a consumer-friendly policy"
"a reader-friendly novel"
of or belonging to your own country's forces or those of an ally;
"in friendly territory"
"he was accidentally killed by friendly fire"
- The meeting is gone on in very friendly atmosphere.
- He cloaked his evil purpose under friendly words.
- He was not very friendly to us.
- Our neighbourhood police are very friendly.
- Let's keep the conversation on a friendly plane.
- He talks to his students in a friendly way.
- Malawians seemed to be the friendliest people in the world.
- A friendly horse came to meet us at the farm.
- He greeted me in the street with a friendly wave of the hand.
- He offered a friendly counsel to me.
- We've been having a friendly argument on politics.
- We're always sure of a friendly welcome at this hotel.
- He spoke in a friendly way.
- Peter gave a pledge to handle the affair in a friendly manner.
- The friendly intercourse between our two countries can be traced back to the Ming Dynasty.
- The two countries have maintained friendly relations for many years.
- The government's refusal was couched in friendly language.
- There are friendly relations between them.
- They are on friendly terms with the boss.
- They were friendly and even offered assistance.
- They quarrelled once, but they are quite friendly now.
- Our neighbours are friendly to us.
- They are friendly to our cause.
- They have been friendly with each others for many years.
- It was friendly of him to offer his help.
- It wasn't very friendly of you to slam the door in her face.
This morning when I tried to be friendly he shook me off.出自： J. M. Coetzee
- friendly前可用very, quite等词修饰。
- friendly, amiable, amicable
误 He took my hand friendly.
正 He took my hand in friendly manner.
误 Imes is friendly to me.
正 Imes is friendly with me.
析 friendly to sb 的意思是“对某人表示或采取友好的态度”; 而friendly with sb 才表示“与某人要好”。