become friends with (someone)

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become friends with (someone)

To establish an amicable relationship with someone. Jane and I did go to high school together, but I didn't become friends with her until years later.
See also: become, friend
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According to Nasir, the victim enjoyed playing football and had become friends with one of the suspected assaulters through the sport.
And reading collectively with my friends, I go through the treasures of the wise men of old which they wrote and left behind in their books; and if we see something good, we pick it out; and we hold that it is a great gain if we become friends with one another." When I heard these things [says Xenophon], I formed the opinion that [Socrates] himself was blessed and that he led those who heard him to gentlemanliness (nobility and goodness).
"I've become friends with one or two of them and most are incredibly down to earth and grounded individuals."
All WOTV members have online profiles with pictures and personal information, and can comment on posts and become friends with one another, similar to that on Facebook.
But he could never have imagined that one day he would become friends with one of his greatest heroes, Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, whom he watched becoming the second man to walk on the Moon on that fateful July night all those years ago.
and the idea we might be able to become friends with one of Rommel's men would have just seemed crazy." Ray Ellis, a gunner in the South Notts Hussars, remains a powerful figure at 89, with a bristling moustache, and his bluff manner hides a wicked sense of humour.
It was here that, by an amazing coincidence, Ann unwittingly become friends with one of America's most monstrous serial killers - a man who had murdered more than 36 women in the early seventies - Ted Bundy.