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Daniela Wolfe wrote:Here in the Western United states it just means friend or buddy. It's not super common. Most folks would say they were spending time with their friends over 'pals', but you'll hear it on occasion. It can be used ironically, but it would generally be accompanied with a more aggressive, confrontational tone and phrasing. Like in almost any situation context is key.
For instance, if you heard someone say, "You think you can get away that, pal? You don't know who you're messing with." You can safely assume they're not particularly happy with you.
Mon Jun 01, 2020 11:07 am Post
gangster A talking to to lackey of gangster B wrote:Listen pal.... you tell your boss that if I see you or any of his other deadbeats on my street again... He'll be cashing in that insurance policy for your wife!
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mbbntu wrote:A notable use of the word in British history refers to the battalions that were raised during the First World War:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 8:38 pm Post
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