In life, we often come across people with whom we build a rapport. We understand these people well, and they understand us well. We understand each other’s feelings, and have a sympathetic relationship. This is called a rapport.
A rapport is a close relationship between people who understand each other, understand each other’s feelings or ideas, and communicate well because of it. Rapport is a connection between people that allows then to get along well. For example: I am trying to build a good rapport with my co-workers.
Rapport is synonymous with fellowship, camaraderie, understanding, which is why we aim to have a good rapport with our friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, boss, etc. Having a rapport with someone makes that relationship easier, as both parties have mutual trust or emotional affinity. A good rapport can be made on the basis of anything, such as similar values, beliefs, knowledge, or behaviors around politics, music or sports.