Meaning of camaraderie in English
Etymologymid 19th century: from French, from camarade‘comrade’
Definitions1. the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability
- « I lived to play basketball. Growing up as a kid, Bill Russell and the Boston Celtics were my favorite team. The way they played, the teamwork, the sacrifice, the commitment, the joy, the camaraderie, the relationship with the fans. » Bill Walton
- « I liked the energy of cooking, the action, the camaraderie. I often compare the kitchen to sports and compare the chef to a coach. There are a lot of similarities to it. » Todd English
- « The Games are just a nice, positive way to build friendships, camaraderie and, of course, self-esteem. Plus, the Games are a great opportunity for people to participate in sports who normally wouldn't. » Greg Louganis
- « I started in the restaurant business at the age of 19 as a waitress. I loved the atmosphere and the camaraderie of the restaurant business. I loved not having to go to an office. I loved making people happy. » Anne Burrell
- « The success of the Rat Pack or the Clan was due to the camaraderie, the three guys who work together and kid each other and love each other. » Sammy Davis, Jr.