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familiarity (s) (noun), familiarities (pl)
1. Having considerable acquaintance with someone or somebody: The degree of familiarity between Susan and Sally made communication very easy.
2. An established friendship, intimacy, or a closeness and friendliness in a personal alliance: The degree of familiarity demonstrated by the staff made it much more pleasant for visitors to use the facilities.
3. The quality or condition of knowing about something very well; such as, having a thorough knowledge and understanding of a subject, situation, condition, etc.: Henry has a familiarity with database systems which can have job opportunities for him.
4. A characteristic of being well-recognized: The new house had a strange familiarity about it as if Jack had been there before.
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