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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Monthly buddy activities offer a chance for students to become friends with someone outside their grade; the activities are usually focused on faith and service.
Summary: California [United States], June 8 (ANI): The next time you become friends with someone on Facebook, you will no longer see the annoying 'You Are Now Connected On Messenger' alert.
"If for some reason someone was bullying someone," said Vlada Bortnik, the creator of Marco Polo,"we would take the steps to make sure our platform stays safe and probably remove them from the platform." (Blocking someone is also an option.) Yellow Yellow, which has been called"Tinder for teens" (swipe right if you want to become friends with someone; swipe left if you don't), opens with a geo-locator.
I believe that when you become friends with someone you sign an unspoken pact; one which states you will be there whenever possible should they need you.
He added what marked the former Free Presbyterian Church moderator apart was the fact he did become friends with someone from so far away on the other side of the political divide.
The power of gentleness is gloriously displayed when the giants bend down to sincerely become friends with someone more vulnerable than they are.
But I was lucky enough, at the start of the research, to become friends with someone who helped me retrace the steps of the diarists, whether it was climbing Snowdon in the rain, staying in one the houses they had stayed in or wandering round castles they had visited.
Graham Cluley, a leading expert in identity theft and director of an IT security firm, said: "It's shocking that so many users agreed to become friends with someone they've never met.
Trying to become friends with someone who's now an enemy takes courage, which you seem to have.
good rule of thumb when using location-based social networking applications is do not become friends with someone if you haven't met them in person.
"A lot of people think when you become friends with someone you have to get into a relationship with them because you get on so well and not just see them as a worker and a friend.