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collaboration (kəˌlæbəˈreɪʃən Pronunciation for collaboration



  1. often foll by on, with, etc the act of working with another or others on a joint project
  2. something created by working jointly with another or others
  3. the act of cooperating as a traitor, esp with an enemy occupying one's own country

Derived Forms

colˌlaboˈrationist noun

Translations for 'collaboration'

  • British English: collaboration Collaboration is the act of working together to produce a piece of work, especially a book or some research. NOUNThere is substantial collaboration with neighbouring departments.
  • Brazilian Portuguese: colaboração
  • Chinese: 合作尤指著书或进行研究时的
  • European Spanish: colaboración
  • French: collaboration
  • German: Zusammenarbeit
  • Italian: collaborazione
  • Japanese: 協力
  • Korean: 합작
  • Portuguese: colaboração
  • Spanish: colaboración

Example Sentences Including 'collaboration'

'The proposals will then go through to the full commission stage based on the collaboration ,' continues Matt.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Branded "Just For Fun," the line of glass furniture and tableware is a collaboration with Vancouver designer Judson Beaumont.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Co-operation, however, was often translated by his enemies to mean collaboration.
Globe and Mail (2003)
He added, `Dehn sold it as a state trusteeship scheme in collaboration with Glaval.
Jenkins, Geoffrey A Daystar of Fear
Inevitably these gatherings were made up of people who, like them, were outraged at the Vichy government's collaboration with the Nazis.
Peter FitzSimons NANCY WAKE (2002)
Regardless of the German guarantees, he had no doubt what Marshal Petain's ` collaboration " would mean in the years to come.
Forrest, Roberta When the Apricots Bloom
The researchers used the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, an international collaboration of telescopes with headquarters in New Mexico.
New Scientist (2003)
The spittle of outrage fills Patrick's mouth as he sees this open collaboration , this evidence of conspiracy.
We'll have to wait until September to see the results of Spielberg and Kubrick's collaboration.
Glasgow Herald (2001)


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