Good-buddy



noun
1.
Citizens Band Radio Slang. the operator of a CB radio; fellow operator (often used as a form of direct address while broadcasting).
2.
Informal. a trusted companion or colleague; friend.
noun

a term of address on Citizens Band radio
Usage Note

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noun phrase

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