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  • noun
    plural -lows
    [count] informal + somewhat old-fashioned
    a male person :a boy or man
    He seems like an amiable fellow. [=guy]
    a fine fellow
    a young fellow like you
    Your son's a bright little fellow.
    a male companion of a girl or woman :boyfriend
    She's found herself a new fellow.
    old-fashioned :a member of a group of people who have shared interests, activities, etc. - usually plural
    or Fellow
    a member of a literary, artistic, or scientific organization
    a Fellow of the Royal Society/Academy
    a senior member of some British colleges and universities
    chiefly US :an advanced student at a university who is given money to pay for food, housing, etc. :a graduate student who has been granted a fellowship
    a postdoctoral fellow
    a medical fellow
    always used before a noun
    used to describe people who belong to the same group or class or who share a situation, experience, etc.
    He attended the concert with a fellow student. [=someone who is a studentas he is]
    her fellow employees/citizens - see also fellow man, fellow traveler

    * Các từ tương tự:
    fellow feeling, fellow man, fellow traveler, fellowship