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    difference between these words!

    hi i`m ali from iran its my first post. i`ve a question. what is the difference between buddy and dude. when can i use these words?

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    Re: difference between these words!

    Quote Originally Posted by kimiyagarrr View Post
    hi i`m ali from iran its my first post. i`ve a question. what is the difference between buddy and dude. when can i use these words?
    Welcome!

    Buddy is informally used and it means comrade or chum (often used as a term of address).

    Dude is the slang term for fellow or chap.

    dude - Definitions from Dictionary.com

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