English to Igbo Meaning of fellow - ibe

Fellow :

ibe, otu, umu-nne-, onye, PAL, enyi, arịrịọ, n'onwe, oyiyi, ejima, ebipụta, awụfu, ụlọ, ulo, mwube, nwoke, ite, arịa, kwuru, iko, Ihọd, ndiife, a kpọrọ mmadụ

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Definitions of fellow in English
Noun(1) a boy or man(2) a friend who is frequently in the company of another(3) a person who is member of one's class or profession(4) one of a pair(5) a member of a learned society(6) an informal form of address for a man(7) a man who is the lover of a man or woman
Examples of fellow in English
(1) He was also elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and was president of the Royal Irish Academy from 1961 to 1964.(2) He became a fellow of Emmanuel College during this period at Cambridge and it was during this time that Andrew Wiles was his research student.(3) This guy was a young fellow called Doug Woolerton.(4) Therefore when I see these values shared by my fellow citizens, that strengthens me.(5) The festival also offered the chance to talk with fellow readers and share reading recommendations.(6) Joel Kotkin is fellow at the New America Foundation.(7) Viewers were asked to decide on who best coped with conditions and fellow competitors.(8) In March 1981 Conway was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London.(9) He said he did not walk away from the discussion because he had a ÔÇÿbiblical dutyÔÇÖ to show his fellow man the correct way.(10) He then read classics and humanities at Oxford and became a fellow of Merton College in 1869.(11) Again, I do not know what action, if any, was taken to address the individual fellow 's grievance.(12) We noted above that he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1953, at the age of only 29.(13) Having attracted Laud's attention as a preacher, he was sent by him to Oxford and became a fellow of All Souls College.(14) Youngsters meet with fellow students who share the same faith for sessions run by a tutor, also of the same faith.(15) The mentor needs to customize each role to match the characteristics of the fellow .(16) Mr. Dam is a board member and a senior fellow of the Brookings Institution, one of the world's oldest and most respected think tanks.
Related Phrases of fellow
(1) fellow man ::
mmadụ ibe
(2) poor fellow ::
ogbenye ibe
(3) research fellow ::
research ibe
(4) good fellow ::
ezi ibe
(5) fellow citizens ::
ụmụ amaala ibe
(6) fellow student ::
akwụkwọ ibe
(7) fellow citizen ::
ibe amaala
(8) fellow workers ::
ndị ọrụ ibe anyị
(9) fine fellow ::
ezi ibe
(10) old fellow ::
ochie ibe
1. man ::
2. companion ::
3. mate ::
4. gent ::
5. swain ::
6. colleague ::
7. buster ::
Different Forms
fellow, fellows
Word Example from TV Shows
You're a fine-looking fellow, aren't you?

You're a fine-looking FELLOW, aren't you?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8

Thank you, fellow Bozite.

Thank you, FELLOW Bozite.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13

He sees a young fellow
with a big fancy house...

He sees a young FELLOW with a big fancy house...

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9

He is an important fellow,
but he continues to claim he has legal rights

He is an important FELLOW, but he continues to claim he has legal rights

Vikings Season 1, Episode 8

And before that, he was a jolly fellow,

And before that, he was a jolly FELLOW,

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7

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