Definition of 'school friend'
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The pair were old school friends and they met for coffee after bumping into each other. The Sun (2008)She refuses to see old school friends or to go out. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Luck reunites a group of old school friends. The Sun (2009)It was the mother of an old school friend. Times, Sunday Times (2006) An old school friend had warned me. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then there was a time when she met up with an old school friend who was having an affair. The Sun (2015)One pastor's son was at a party with his high school friends. Christianity Today (2000)Four former high school friends reminisce about their pasts when they meet up 20 years on. The Sun (2009)But he has a very good school friend who is 34 and still single. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I was in town one day three months before the wedding and met an old school friend. The Sun (2008)Luck reunites old school friends. The Sun (2011)Others complained about the fact that their salary was made public, leading to them being pestered for loans by old school friends and relatives. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Within 36 hours, they had been seen by a high school friend. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We booked a holiday to Spain to visit my mum's old school friend. The Sun (2010)I'm 39 and ran into an old school friend ten years ago. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'school friend'
British English: school friend NOUN
A school friend is a friend of yours who is at the same school as you, or who used to be at the same school when you were children.
I spent the evening with an old school friend.
Definition of school friend from the Collins English Dictionary
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