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Meanings and phrases
- well known or easily recognized
- (usually followed by `with') well informed about or knowing thoroughly; conversant
- within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange
- having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship; intimate
- a friend who is frequently in the company of another; companion; comrade; fellow; associate
- a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support
- a spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard; familiar spirit
- a spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard; familiar
- She was more familiar for stereo comic roles.
- I feel like my name is a little bit more familiar than it was before.
- The Sunfish is an anomaly to this more familiar symbiotic relationship.
- It is the most familiar of the theories of physics.
- Its most familiar representative is Dominican amber.
- The largest and most familiar TLD is .com.
- He became familiar with death from an early age.
- Since then, Fung became familiar in the political circle.
- He became familiar with Lenin’s agitation.
- But we're not familiar with that, although we do have delivery boys.
- Tourists who are not familiar with such high levels of pollution must take extra care.
- If they were not familiar with each other, Usk at least was familiar with Chaucer's poetry.
- This is a convenient way for many in the public to become familiar with the medium.
- A territory-holding beaver will investigate and become familiar with the scents of its neighbors.
- He said the objective of his visit was to become familiar with the state of Azerbaijani armed forces.
- He was also very familiar with Rimbert's work.
- The Union defenders on Cheat Summit were very familiar with the terrain and mountain trails.
- Every gendarme owned and was very familiar with the so-called Service Regulations book (Szut.
- Co-founder Zuckerman was already familiar with the infrastructure of Ghana.
- Being already familiar with Malay customs, they were accepted by the Malays living there.
- This allows for developers already familiar with these engines to create VR content with little to no VR-specific code.
- She started to model at the age of 16 and had become a familiar face on the runway in Hanoi.
- He spent the next 25 years as a familiar face in B-Westerns and mainstream comedies and dramas.
- She was a familiar face in television broadcasting in Nigeria during the beginning of the industry.
- Nhat Ky Cua Me gradually became a familiar song about family love in recent years of the audience.
- Despite this, Thomas became a familiar radio voice and within Britain was "in every sense a celebrity".
- Primarily as a character actor, Gordon became a familiar face in numerous feature films and television series.