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    colleague

    I saw someone used the word "colleague" as a "school friend".

    Is that okay? I looked up the dictionaries and I only found that it means "co-worker".

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    Re: colleague

    Quote Originally Posted by giddyman View Post
    I saw someone used the word "colleague" as a "school friend".

    Is that okay? I looked up the dictionaries and I only found that it means "co-worker".
    Yes, it's OK to use it that way.

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