(=chap) type m *
→ a handsome fellow
→ ... the fellow who came to collect our drinks
(=comrade) compagnon m
→ He stood out in terms of competence from all his fellows ...
→ People looked out for one another and were concerned about the welfare of their fellows.
[+learned society] membre m
→ ... the fellows of the Zoological Society of London.
[+university] universitaire mf (membre du conseil)
modif their fellow students leurs camarades étudiants his fellow workers ses collègues mpl (de travail) his fellow teachers ses collègues (professeurs) → He knew his fellow teachers in Cincinnati shared his frustrations
n semblable mf
n concitoyen (ne) m/f
fellow countryman ( fellow countrymen pl )
n compatriote m
fellow countrywoman ( fellow countrywomen pl )
n compatriote f
n sympathie f
n codétenu (e) m/f
→ Even in jail, my fellow inmates treated me with kindness.
npl semblables mpl
n compagnon (compagne) m/f de voyage
(=travelling companion) compagnon (compagne) m/f de route
(=communist sympathizer) communisant (e) m/f
n ~chercheur (-euse) m/f attaché (e) à l'université