An evergreen tree, Ilex paraguariensis, native to South America, cultivated for its leaves.
A beverage, resembling tea, made from the dried leaves of this plant.
A cup of this drink.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
An associate as used officially implies a chief, leader, or principal, to whom the associate is not fully equal in rank. Associate is popularly used of mere friendly relations, but oftener implies some work, enterprise, or pursuit in which the associated persons unite. We rarely speak of associates in crime or wrong, using confederates or accomplices instead. Companion gives itself with equal readiness to the good or evil sense, as also does comrade. One may be a companion in travel who would not readily become an associate at home. A lady advertises for a companion; she would not advertise for an associate. Peer implies equality rather than companionship; as, a jury of his peers. Comrade expresses more fellowship and good feeling than companion. Fellow has almost gone out of use in this connection, except in an inferior or patronizing sense. Consort is a word of equality and dignity, as applied especially to the marriage relation. Compare ACCESSORY; ACQUAINTANCE; FRIENDSHIP.
These were the associates of the leader in the enterprise.
mate, first matenoun
the officer below the master on a commercial ship
a fellow member of a team
"it was his first start against his former teammates"
the partner of an animal (especially a sexual partner)
"he loved the mare and all her mates"; "camels hate leaving their mates"
spouse, partner, married person, mate, better halfnoun
a person's partner in marriage
an exact duplicate
"when a match is found an entry is made in the notebook"
one of a pair
"he lost the mate to his shoe"; "one eye was blue but its fellow was brown"
bloke, colleague, boyfriend, feller, confrere, lad, better half, teammate, partner, beau, checkmate, mate, young man, blighter, gent, fellow, spouse, familiar, match, cuss, swain, chap, comrade, first mate, associate, buster, companion, dude, fella, married person
mate, Paraguay tea, Ilex paraguariensisnoun
South American holly; leaves used in making a drink like tea
informal term for a friend of the same sex
South American tea-like drink made from leaves of a South American holly called mate
a chess move constituting an inescapable and indefensible attack on the opponent's king
copulate, mate, pair, coupleverb
engage in sexual intercourse
"Birds mate in the Spring"
match, mate, couple, pair, twinverb
bring two objects, ideas, or people together
"This fact is coupled to the other one"; "Matchmaker, can you match my daughter with a nice young man?"; "The student was paired with a partner for collaboration on the project"
fit, parallel, match, play off, touch, duplicate, gibe, equate, copulate, pair, couple on, checkmate, meet, agree, partner off, equal, check, pit, equalize, cope with, tally, rival, geminate, mate, pair off, couple, correspond, equalise, couple up, oppose, twin, jibe
place an opponent's king under an attack from which it cannot escape and thus ending the game
"Kasparov checkmated his opponent after only a few moves"
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
Ilex paraguariensis, chimarrão, cimarrón
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How to use maté in a sentence?
If you have a good credit score, flaunt it, when it comes to dating, a good credit score ups your mate value, helping you win a responsible, long-term partner, more so than some other qualities that online daters might highlight on their profile.
I was used to an environment where people challenge each other on issues, not on personalities, but no one wanted to have the intellectual argument. It was all about who was your mate around the table.
If you’re whole model for job satisfaction is based on finding your ‘ dream job, ’ right – it’s a bit like going out in the world and looking for your soul mate, it’s difficult. Find the thing that’s available, be great at it and then figure out how to love it … You have to work. You have to own it.
It just has everyone scared, the genetically modified male has to mate with a wild female, and the wild female has to bite us in order to lay eggs.
From an evolutionary standpoint, it makes sense that women are wary of being touched by strangers, women have evolved mechanisms to be choosy about whom they mate with and to fear rape by a stranger. However, touch by friends is both relational -- women tend to befriend as a buffer against stress -- and pleasurable. Touch gives a nice boost of dopamine, the 'feel-good' hormone.
Translations for maté
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- Kumpel, Maat, paarenGerman
- ζευγαρώνω, υποπλοίαρχος, ταίρι, φίλος, συνεργάτης, συνάδελφος, συνέταιρος, σύντροφοςGreek
- perämies, toveri, apumies, [[tehdä]] [[matti]], kaveri, matruusi, pariFinnish
- accoupler, copain, camaradeFrench
- 友達, 相手Japanese
- e hoa, meteMāori
- awan, pasangan, awankanMalay
- paren, paringsgezel, gezel, makker, gabber, maat, scheepsmaat, kameraad, gast, koppelen, partnerDutch
- товарищ, друг, помощник капитана, самец, напарница, спаривать, самка, напарник, пара, спариваться, поставить мат, приятельRussian
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