This child wants to befriend you.
An example of befriend is when you introduce yourself to the new kid at school and invite him to sit at your lunch table.
transitive verbbe·friend·ed, be·friend·ing, be·friends
(third-person singular simple present befriends, present participle befriending, simple past and past participle befriended)
From be- + friend.
- If you don't have a lot of money to spend, your best bet for customized clipart is to befriend a graphic artist or even a student at your school with latent talents and a helpful attitude.
- This profile page also includes a space for friends to post their messages to you, much like the front page of a Facebook profile, and shows everyone who you are friends with, allowing you to befriend others on the site.
- Immortals are not supposed to know about the Watchers and Watchers are definitely not supposed to befriend their watchee, but Joe and Duncan team up to handle a new problem, corruption within the Watchers.
- However, during season nine, the invisible computer nerd tries to ditch his boring image by trying to befriend Degrassi's elite, join the basketball team and score a date with the hottest girl in school.
- Internet predators may try to befriend a young person by pretending to be someone closer to his or her age, and teens should be cautioned about revealing personal information online.