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working relationship (ˈwɜːkɪŋ rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp) 

Definitions

noun

  1. a relationship with a colleague, boss or employee

    to have a good working relationship if people have a good working relationship, they are on good terms, and can work effectively together   ⇒ If you have a good working relationship, speak to him directly.

    to have a good working relationship with sb if you have a good working relationship with sb, you are on good terms with them and can work effectively with them   ⇒ I have a good working relationship with my boss.

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
She says: `We try to maintain a pleasant working relationship.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
So, it is necessary to establish a proper working relationship with the CEO.
Business Today (1998)
They have accumulated a wealth of local knowledge and an excellent working relationship with the Maltese people.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
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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