buddy-buddy


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buddy-buddy

Overly or obnoxiously friendly with someone, often for personal gain. He's clearly buddy-buddy with the teacher now so that she'll relent and give him extra credit. The new guy needs to calm down and stop trying so hard to be buddy-buddy with us.

buddy-buddy

(ˈbədiˈbədi)
mod. friendly; too friendly. Why is that guy so buddy-buddy with me?
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The 43-year-old further said that there are some senior players in the South Africa team who have too much have too much of a say and that some players are too "buddy-buddy" with the coach.
"It was more buddy-buddy between firms," agrees Balhoff, when they weren't vying for each other's clients.
As the austere Russian, coolness personified, McCallum was soon as important as Vaughn, not quite a buddy-buddy act but well-worked, even though Illya was a bit of a puritan, uneasy at his comrades's womanising ways.
They enjoy a comic relationship based on endless squabbles while really regarding each other as brothers but all that buddy-buddy stuff reeks of artificiality.
"There is an argument that they are getting too buddy-buddy."
Sounds like the buddy-buddy relationship between Republicans and the energy industry, right?
Cornwell recreates some of the buddy-buddy chemistry that existed in the Sharp series by teaming up the feared archer Thomas with young Scottish ally Robbie.
It's nice to be buddy-buddy with the generals, but you better serve those who think, plan, evaluate and work the problems.
In contrast, the SBC leadership and the White House have not been "buddy-buddy" at all (p.
We're not buddy-buddy. I'll go there, ride work, he asks what questions he needs to ask, I give him the best answer I can possibly give him.
Poor legislation, lack of staf poor legal expertise in the area and a buddy-buddy boardroom culture dating back to colonial times as well as the Afrikaner brotherhood which administered the economy during apartheid are all factors cited for the prevalenc e of insider dealing.
Nor is it hard to draw a parallel between the ineptitude and infidelities of that royal family with the conduct of would-be American corporate kings and their buddy-buddy boards.
* Term limits will reduce the influence of special interests by disrupting the buddy-buddy relationships and favors that lobbyists use to capture entrenched incumbents.
They were usually called on account of darkness, and the apparent winners went home buddy-buddy, talking about getting together tomorrow to form a club or perform some other exclusive right.
"Ito naman si Bernadette, talagang parang buddy-buddy ko.