Familiar [adjective]

Definition of Familiar:

common, well-known

Opposite/Antonyms of Familiar:

Sentence/Example of Familiar:

One of the people familiar with Pence’s prep work said several debate-related meetings were slated to be held Thursday.

Obviously, McDonald’s wants to be accommodating of customers, especially during a pandemic, and plenty of McDonald’s workers were probably already familiar with Travis Scott.

Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, Commerzbank AG, HSBC Holdings Plc, ING Groep NV and Societe Generale SA are working on the deal, according to the person familiar.

Two congressional aides and a separate official familiar with the meeting confirmed Biden’s appearance with Democratic senators, which was first reported by Politico.

Cloud-data software maker Snowflake priced its initial public offering at $120 a share, above the marketed range, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified.

Huelskamp said he could not recall what led him to follow the account and was not familiar with the effort by Turning Point.

It turned out Quinn participated in the meeting without notifying her new boss beforehand, according to people familiar with the matter.

For news publishers that have to keep abreast of news cycles, this is more familiar than for magazine groups or TV broadcasters.

Greg Joswiak, 56, took over for Phil Schiller as Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing in August, but Schiller, 60, had been gradually handing off some responsibility for years, according to people familiar with the transition.

Several pioneers familiar with the facts of the tragedy at the time of its occurrence were also present.