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working relationship (ˈwɜːkɪŋ rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp) 



  1. a relationship with a colleague, boss or employee   ⇒ A working relationship turned into a very close friendship.
  2. See to have a good working relationship

  3. See to have a good working relationship with somebody

Example Sentences Including 'working relationship'

"I think what happened here is the beginning of a new working relationship ," Sorbara said.
Toronto Sun (2003)
"We started to lay the foundation for a much better working relationship ," McGuinty said.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
No way I wanted to risk our working relationship by giving her cause to think I was taking advantage.
Anthony Masters CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Over the five years of their working relationship he had learnt to respect Green's judgement.
Moore, Margaret Forests of the Night
So, it is necessary to establish a proper working relationship with the CEO.
Business Today (1998)
Though there were other complicated reasons: they had to do with helping or pleasing or easing a working relationship.
Appiganesi, Lisa Dreams of Innocence
Yet, as he had hoped, they also irreparably soured any working relationship between Lyttelton and Olivier.
Simon Ball THE GUARDSMEN (2004)


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