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bosom buddy

One's close or closest friend; a friend one holds dear to one's heart. We grew up right next door to each other, so we have been bosom buddies since we were kids.
See also: bosom, buddy

buddy up

1. To pair together with someone. OK, kids, buddy up and start working on the assignment.
2. To be overly or obnoxiously friendly with someone, often for personal gain. He's clearly buddying up to the teacher so that she'll relent and give him extra credit. The new guy needs to calm down and stop trying so hard to buddy up with us.
See also: buddy, up

bosom buddy

 and bosom pal
a close friend; one's closest friend. Of course I know Perry. He is one of my bosom pals.
See also: bosom, buddy

buddy up (with someone)

to join with another person to form a pair that will do something together or share something. I buddied up with Carl, and we helped each other on the hike. Carl and I buddied up, and we shared a canoe.
See also: buddy, up

buddy up (with someone)

to join with another person to form a pair that will do something together or share something. I buddied up with Carl, and we helped each other on the hike. Carl and I buddied up, and we shared a canoe.
See also: buddy, up

buddy up

Be very friendly, as in He is always wanting to buddy up with me, but I don't really like him. [Slang; early 1900s]
See also: buddy, up

buddy up

v.
1. To pair up and work closely with someone: Each camper had to buddy up with a friend when swimming. The students buddied up when asked to select locker partners.
2. buddy up to To become overly friendly or familiar with someone, especially in order to gain his or her favor: The new worker buddied up to the office secretary.
See also: buddy, up

buddy up to someone

in. to become very friendly toward someone. Why are you buddying up to me? I don’t even know you.
See also: buddy, up

buddy up (with someone)

in. to share living space with someone; to share something with someone. Let’s buddy up, okay?
See also: buddy, up

buddy up

verb
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buddy-buddy

(ˈbədiˈbədi)
mod. friendly; too friendly. Why is that guy so buddy-buddy with me?

fuck buddy

and fuck puppet
n. a sexual partner with whom one has no romantic or nonsexual interests. (Usually objectionable.) Bob an Barb are just fuck buddies. They really don’t care a thing about each other. She showed up about midnight with her cheap fuck puppet in tow.
See also: buddy, fuck

good buddy

n. a friend; a partner. (Citizens band radio. Also a term of address.) John’s my good buddy.
See also: buddy, good
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True to form, Buddy has bounced back from his surgery once again.
I have heard stories of Buddy pairs going out to eat, watching a game, going bowling, and going shopping.
Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Liverpool Empire Theatre, November 28-December 3, 0844 871 3017, atgtickets.
It was on his tour of the UK in 1958, including Liverpool, that the Buddy Holly legend first took off, and Maria Elena, now in her 70s, says: "For Buddy and for a lot of American musicians, they had to go out of the US to be recognised, then come back.
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Everybody pays their own way, whether they're a buddy or a peer buddy.
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Reprinted within the playbill of ``My Buddy Bill'' - the first performance at the Geffen Playhouse's new Audrey Skirball Kenis Theatre - is a 2000 letter from the former president to Cleveland, who toured the White House while working as a scribe with ``The West Wing.
For those who have never visited the Rite Aid on West 29th Avenue in Eugene, Buddy is one Wilson Paul Hazelton, a clerk 56 years old, with 31 of them spent working under the same roof.
Both you and your buddy should be interested in learning the se different technologies and how they can be effectively and ethically used with clients.
Just because a buddy system is in place does not replace the responsibilities of the lifeguards or other aquatics staff.
Through such partnerships as the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and the Rogue Valley Manor retirement community, these children can be identified and provided with one-on-one mentoring through the Lunch Buddy program in Medford, Oregon.