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      n   pl   , brothers  
     (archaic except when referring to fellow members of a religion, sect, society, etc)   , brethren  
1    a male person having the same parents as another person  
2       short for       half-brother       stepbrother  
a    a male person belonging to the same group, profession, nationality, trade union, etc., as another or others; fellow member  
b    (as modifier)  
brother workers     
4    comrade; friend: used as a form of address  
5      (Christianity)  
a    a member of a male religious order who undertakes work for the order without actually being in holy orders  
b    a lay member of a male religious order  
   Related adj       fraternal  
6    Slang   an exclamation of amazement, disgust, surprise, disappointment, etc  
     (Old English brothor; related to Old Norse brothir, Old High German bruoder, Latin frater, Greek phrater, Sanskrit bhratar)  

Big Brother  
      n   a person, organization, etc., that exercises total dictatorial control  
     (C20: after a character in George Orwell's novel 1984 (1949))  
blood brother  
1    a brother by birth  
2    a man or boy who has sworn to treat another as his brother, often in a ceremony in which their blood is mingled  
      n   pl   , brothers-in-law  
1    the brother of one's wife or husband  
2    the husband of one's sister  
      n   the son of either of one's parents by another partner  
lay brother   ,   (fem)   lay sister  
      n   a person who has taken the vows of a religious order but is not ordained and not bound to divine office  
Diccionario de inglés definición  


1    blood brother, kin, kinsman, relation, relative, sibling  
2    associate, chum     (informal)   cock     (Brit. informal)   colleague, companion, compeer, comrade, confrère, fellow member, mate, pal     (informal)   partner  
3    cleric, friar, monk, regular, religious  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

! in the childhood all the men are brothers, in the adulthood each fire of his edge exp.
dans l'enfance tous les hommes sont frères, dans l'âge mûr chacun tire de son bord
ce proverbe signifie que l'enfant devient égoïste en grandissant

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my idiot of a brother that monster of a boss
de: mon imbécile de frère, ce monstre de patron
blend of "brother" and "romance" used to describe a strong friendship between two males.
brothers of the blue eye
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