fraternize [ frat-er-nahyz ] (previously 05-21-13)
verb (used without object), frat·er·nized, frat·er·niz·ing.
1. to associate in a fraternal or friendly way.
2. to associate cordially or intimately with natives of a conquered country, enemy troops, etc.
verb (used with object), frat·er·nized, frat·er·niz·ing.
3. Archaic. to bring into fraternal association or sympathy.
Also especially British, frat·er·nise.
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1. socialize, mingle, mix, consort, hobnob.
Origin: 1605–15; < French fraterniser < Medieval Latin frāternizāre. See fraternal, -ize
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