friendly (n):
troops belonging to or allied with your own military forces
friendlies came to their rescue
friendly (a):
characteristic of or befitting a friend
friendly advice.
a friendly neighborhood.
the only friendly person here.
a friendly host and hostess
friendly (a):
of or belonging to your own country's forces or those of an ally
in friendly territory.
he was accidentally killed by friendly fire
friendly (a):
easy to understand or use
user-friendly computers.
a consumer-friendly policy.
a reader-friendly novel
friendly (s):
inclined to help or support; not antagonistic or hostile
a government friendly to our interests.
an amicable agreement
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do not put all your eggs in one basket

Bütün yumurtalar aynı sepete konmaz.
to make everything dependent on only one thing; to place all one's resources in one place, account, etc.

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