• a friendly game
  • ((英))親善試合
  • friendly nations
  • 友好国
  • I am not friendly to your theories.
  • あなたの考えには賛成できない
  • in a friendly manner
  • 親切に,やさしく
  • After featuring in a home friendly win over Belgium in April, he made his final appearance for the USSR in the 2–0 1968 European Championship quarter-final first leg loss to Hungary on 4 May 1968.
  • Wikipedia: Eduard Streltsov
  • After reaching friendly lines in March 1944, he was sent to a military hospital in Vasto, weighing only 55 kilograms (120 lb) and in poor health, suffering malaria, malnutrition, and blood poisoning.
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  • After, she dabbled in the occult and became friendly with prominent London occultists.
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  • Although McGregor envisaged the League as a friendly union, within which clubs would share ticket revenues and work together in their mutual best interests, the immediate effect of its creation was that football came to be treated as a business for the first time, as opposed to something that players and officials simply regarded as a pastime.
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  • Although some of Wallace's iconoclastic opinions in the ensuing years would test Darwin's patience, they remained on friendly terms for the rest of Darwin's life.
  • Wikipedia: Alfred Russel Wallace
  • Although the two were on friendly terms, Alexandra could be stubborn; she demanded precedence over Mary at the funeral of Edward VII, was slow in leaving Buckingham Palace, and kept some of the royal jewels that should have been passed to the new queen.
  • Wikipedia: Mary of Teck
  • An environmentally friendly structure, it is expected to be completed in mid-2009.
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  • Apart from one guest appearance for Barbados in a friendly match early in 1939, Constantine did not play first-class cricket after 1935 until the West Indies toured England in 1939.
  • Wikipedia: Learie Constantine
  • Arnold decided to send a group of Caughnawagas, who were friendly to the Americans, with a demand that Forster release his prisoners and a threat that he would destroy area Indian villages if any of the prisoners were harmed.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of The Cedars
  • As Carlson's battalion was ending its patrol, Shōji and his surviving troops were reaching friendly positions west of the Matanikau.
  • Wikipedia: Carlson's patrol
  • Between 438-436 BC Pericles led Athens' fleet in Pontus and established friendly relations with the Greek cities of the region.
  • Wikipedia: Pericles
  • Cabral met with its king, with whom he established friendly relations and exchanged gifts.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro Álvares Cabral
  • Captain Benjamin Church continuously campaigned to enlist the help of friendly Native Americans to help learn how to fight on an even footing with Philip's troops, but he was constantly rebuffed by the Plymouth leadership who mistrusted all Native Americans, thinking them potential enemies.
  • Wikipedia: Plymouth Colony
  • Chief Winnemac, who was friendly to Harrison, countered Tecumseh's arguments and told the warriors that since they had come in peace, they should return home in peace.
  • Wikipedia: William Henry Harrison
  • Chlothar, in particular, needed a friendly realm across the Channel to help guard his kingdom's flanks against his fellow Frankish kings.
  • Wikipedia: Gregorian mission
  • Chlothar, in particular, needed a friendly realm across the Channel to help guard his kingdom's flanks against his fellow Frankish kings.
  • Wikipedia: Augustine of Canterbury
  • Daley was an advocate of the plan, noting it is also an environmentally friendly effort to cut down on traffic.
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  • Davis' bold attack completely disrupted the enemy formation, permitting the friendly fighter-bombers to successfully complete their interdiction mission.
  • Wikipedia: George Andrew Davis, Jr.
  • Due to the proximity of the target area to the Allied lines and the resulting risk of friendly casualties, the aiming point for the bombers was shifted 6,000 yards (5,500 m) to the south—beyond most of the main German defences screening the city.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Charnwood
  • Foraker had maintained friendly relations with Roosevelt since the two men met at the 1884 convention, but Hanna bitterly opposed the choice.
  • Wikipedia: Joseph B. Foraker
  • George also dismissed the sub-governess, Miss Hayman, for being too friendly with Caroline—and the Princess of Wales promptly hired her.
  • Wikipedia: Princess Charlotte of Wales
  • He then steered the club through a programme of pre-season friendly matches, in which Norwich was unbeaten.
  • Wikipedia: Bryan Gunn
  • He was friendly with the new committee chairman Albert Henry Vestal (Republican–Indiana), and persuaded him to schedule a hearing on the peace coin proposal for December 14, 1920.
  • Wikipedia: Peace dollar
  • Henry had been communicating on friendly terms with the Stanleys for some time before setting foot in England, and the Stanleys had mobilised their forces on hearing of Henry's landing.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Bosworth Field