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Slang for "friend" used in New Zealand, Britain, Australia and Tasmania
"What's goin' on mate?!"
de Daniel 22 septembre 2004
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1. A friend or companion.
2. A sexual partner.
1. This is my mate Eddie.
2. This is my mate Eddie.
de louis 18 octobre 2001
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the traditional greeting in Australia
g'day mate how r ya?
de Phill 16 août 2003
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A male companion to share beer and sports with.
Me and my mate go to the PUB every Friday after to work to have a beer and watch the footy.
de The Slater 4 novembre 2003
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A word meaning friend or in some cases, the equivolent of "man". Most often used in Australia, New Zealand and Britain.
"G'day mate"

"Me and me mates hit the pub the other night and got plastered"
de Codesta 10 août 2005
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Word describing a friend, recognisably Australian though also used in Britain and New Zealand. In Australia, the term is most commonly used between men, when they cannot remember each other's names.
Man 1: Hey mate, how you going?
Man 2: I'm alright mate - hey mate, isn't that a mate of yours?
de scrabelle 29 avril 2006
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Something Kiwis say when they want to be like Australians.
Put yir sendels on maite!
de Taswegian 1 février 2005
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