that you know well
too friendly for the occasion
without tight control; informal
"comrades in arms"
"a familiar figure"
"familiar ordinary objects found in every home"
"a familiar everyday scene"
"a familiar excuse"
"a day like any other filled with familiar duties and experiences"
"conversant with business trends"
"familiar with the complex machinery"
"he was familiar with those roads"
"on familiar terms"
"pretending she is on an intimate footing with those she slanders"
Time and intercourse have made us familiar.
出自： S. Johnson
误 He is quite familiar to this subject.
正 He is quite familiar with this subject.
析 表示“对…熟悉”“熟悉…”的意思时须用be familiar with...结构,后接sth。
误 His name is familiar with every one of us here.
正 His name is familiar to every one of us here.
析 表示“为…所熟悉〔知〕”的意思时须用be familiar to...结构,后接sb。
误 Methods of teaching the students are familiar to our educational system.
正 Methods of teaching the students are familiar to our teachers.
析 用familiar to,后只接人。