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    friends with each other

    We’re friends with each other.
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    What does friends with each other mean? Is it different from "friends"?

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    Re: friends with each other

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    We’re friends with each other.
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    What does friends with each other mean? Is it different from "friends"?
    No. "With each other" is fairly redundant here, I would say. If the two people (or more than two) are present or it's clear who is being talked about then "We're friends" would suffice.

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