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make friends (with one)

To form a new friendship (with one). Did you make any friends at school? I've made friends with one of the guys who works in my department.
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make friends

Form a friendship, foster cordial feelings, as in I hope Brian will soon make friends at school, or She's done a good job of making friends with influential reporters. [c. 1600]
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make ˈfriends (with somebody)

become somebody’s friend: Roger was new to the district but he soon made friends with other boys of his age.She’s a very open sort of person and tends to make friends easily.
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Besides new in-depth reporting on a wider range of movie-related topics with unique perspective, MatchFlick is the best place to make friends and to find a date for the movies.
The kids are learning that they can make friends with people older than they are, and that these people have something to offer them,'' said Nicole Carrillo, team leader for the Boys & Girls Club.