good buddy

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good buddy

1. One's close friend. Yeah, I spend a lot of time with Pat, but I'm not dating him—he's just my good buddy.
2. A term of address on CB radio. A: "I'm going to pull over up ahead." B: "10-4, good buddy."
See also: buddy, good

good buddy

n. a friend; a partner. (Citizens band radio. Also a term of address.) John’s my good buddy.
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Romeo Travis was forced to replicate what his good buddy LeBron James did hours earlier to give Magnolia a crucial Game 2 win over Barangay Ginebra San Miguel in their PBA Governors' Cup semifinal series Monday night.
He does such a great job with them.' But when asked about Kansas, Krzyzewski demurred, saying it was out of respect for Syracuse and his good buddy, Boeheim.
Yanni's Nasa astronaut friend reported live from his spaceship to inform everyone that he's enjoying his good buddy's concert all the way from outer space, reported Moheet news.
O'Sullivan has been in great form in the Legends event along with his good buddy Jimmy White but, although he has cited medical reasons for his non participation, he is clearly still unhappy about having to play in a certain number of events per season.
Paul will be sorely missed by his dear friend, Kathy Peters and his good buddy, Billy Walsh.
For three decades, Peter Cushing shared the King of Horror crown with his good buddy Christopher Lee.
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LIMERICK boss Liam Kearns has warned his good buddy John Kennedy that friendships will be put firmly to one side, for 70 minutes at least, this afternoon.
It was, apparently, Andrew Lloyd Webber who suggested this Phantom of the Opera sequel to his good buddy Forsyth, who is better known for gristlier tomes like Day of the Jackal and The Dogs of War.
While O'Connor was busy arranging for his clients to make $230,000 worth of contributions to the DNC -- donated sometime after the ruling was made public -- Eckstein was pushing for face time with his good buddy Babbitt.