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1       adj   If someone or something is familiar to you, you recognize them or know them well.  
oft ADJ to n  
He talked of other cultures as if they were more familiar to him than his own..., They are already familiar faces on our TV screens., ...the familiar names of long-established local firms.     
  familiarity      n-uncount  
Tony was unnerved by the uncanny familiarity of her face.     
2       adj   If you are familiar with something, you know or understand it well.  
v-link ADJ with n  
Lesinko is quite familiar with Central Television. He worked there for 25 years...     
  familiarity      n-uncount   usu N with n  
The enemy would always have the advantage of familiarity with the rugged terrain.     
3       adj   If someone you do not know well behaves in a familiar way towards you, they treat you very informally in a way that you might find offensive.,   (disapproval)    The driver of that taxi-cab seemed to me familiar to the point of impertinence...     
  familiarity      n-uncount  
She needed to control her surprise at the easy familiarity with which her host greeted the head waiter.     
  familiarly      adv  
`Gerald, isn't it?' I began familiarly.     
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1    accustomed, common, common or garden     (informal)   conventional, customary, domestic, everyday, frequent, household, mundane, ordinary, recognizable, repeated, routine, stock, well-known  
2    familiar with      abreast of, acquainted with, at home with, au courant, au fait, aware of, conscious of, conversant with, introduced, knowledgeable, no stranger to, on speaking terms with, versed in, well up in  
3    amicable, buddy-buddy     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   chummy     (informal)   close, confidential, cordial, easy, free, free-and-easy, friendly, hail-fellow-well-met, informal, intimate, near, open, palsy-walsy     (informal)   relaxed, unceremonious, unconstrained, unreserved  
4    bold, disrespectful, forward, impudent, intrusive, overfree, presuming, presumptuous  
1    infrequent, unaccustomed, uncommon, unfamiliar, unknown, unusual  
2    ignorant, unaccustomed, unacquainted, unfamiliar, uninformed, unskilled  
3    aloof, cold, detached, distant, formal, unfriendly  

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familiarly, familial, familiarity, familiarize

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