familiar

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Positive
familiar

Comparative
more familiar

Superlative
most familiar

  1. If something is familiar, you already know it or about it.
    "Three strikes and you're out" is a very familiar phrase these days.
    The words sounded very familiar to her, and then she remembered: she had written them.
    Why would someone leave familiar territory and travel all this distance.
    People sitting on the grass was a familiar sight on Saturdays in the park.
    New a month ago, he's become quite familiar to all of us.
  2. If you are familiar with something, you already know it or about it.
    What does that mean? I'm not familiar with the word?
  3. If you are being familiar, you are acting in a friendly way.

Related wordsEdit

NounEdit

Singular
familiar

Plural
familiars

  1. (countable) A familiar is the magical pet of a witch, often a cat.