Definition of 'co-worker'
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Example sentences containing 'co-worker'
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Friends and co-workers come up with some good ideas to complement those you have already. The Sun (2015) Family and co-workers will not be impacted by the inexplicable. Christianity Today (2000)Your co-workers and your boss have also had the opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He told all their friends and co-workers that he was going to propose in Edinburgh during the festival. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Instead of making himself look good, his reputation was badly damaged with his boss and his co-workers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Find a friend or co-worker to exercise together with or to keep your exercise diary with so that you can inspire each other to keep at it. The Sun (2009)Take some time to think about all your relationships, from lovers and family to your business unions with friends and co-workers. The Sun (2016)The key to your success is to ensure your originality shines through, so try to avoid unnecessary complications with friends or co-workers. The Sun (2015)MORE than a third of people who go back to work after cancer say that they experience some sort of discrimination from their boss or co-workers. The Sun (2015)Any joy or pleasure you get today comes primarily from your friends and co-workers, who are doing their utmost to support your plans and ideas. The Sun (2015)
Definition of co-worker from the Collins English Dictionary
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