“A friend in need is a friend indeed”. – English proverb

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Example sentences from the web:

  • When I was sick you certainly proved the old saying, “A friend in need is a friend indeed“.
  • When Bill helped me with geometry, I really learned the meaning of “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.
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“Bloke” – British slang

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Other examples from the web:

  • You blame that bloke for your situation.
  • You look like the bloke from Stranger Danger posters.
  • Who’s that bloke with the funny sunglasses sitting on the plush lounge next to Susan?
  • He’s a funny bloke.
  • I was told you had more imagination than other blokes in the big firms.

Terms you may not know:

TO BLAME = to hold responsible; to find fault with.
PLUSH = expensive and luxurious.
LOUNGE = waiting room; casual bar (hotel).
FIRMa partnership or association for carrying on a business.