To associate as friends or chums. Often used with around.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "pal" in a sentence
"He also has been featured as Bryce, the spy responsible for his title pal's plight, on NBC's "Chuck.""
""Scott is just as interesting to watch dramatically as he is comedically," says O'Loughlin, impressed by what he calls his pal's "deep reservoir of emotions.""
"We were not appalled when Prince Harry went to a fancy dress party as a Nazi (a good place for a Nazi uniform - on a dickhead at a piss-up), and we are not appalled by what he called his pal Ahmed Raza Khan."