Definition of bromance noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



BrE BrE//brəʊˈmæns//
; NAmE NAmE//ˈbroʊmæns//
; BrE BrE//ˈbrəʊmæns//
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a very close friendship between two men My husband recently struck up a bromance with his colleague, Simon, and now they meet up every weekend. From brother and romance. More Like ThisBlended or portmanteau wordsalcopop, breathalyser, bromance, brunch, chillax, chugger, docusoap, edutainment, greenwash, guesstimate, infomercial, mechatronics, metrosexual, mockney, motel, multiplex, pleather, podcast, robocall, simulcast, sitcom, smog, staycation, telethon, televangelist, workaholic See worksheet.