Definition of 'collaborate'
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Example sentences containing 'collaborate'
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You must be joking - I'd rather collaborate with a tarantula. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2004)`You don't think there may be aspects of this on which we might collaborate, Morris? WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2004)
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Translations for 'collaborate'
British English: collaborate /kəˈlæbəˌreɪt/ VERB
When people collaborate, they work together on a particular project.
Students collaborate in group exercises.
- American English: collaborate
- Arabic: يَتَعَاوَنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: colaborar
- Chinese: 合作
- Croatian: surađivati
- Czech: spolupracovat
- Danish: samarbejde
- Dutch: samenwerken
- European Spanish: colaborar
- Finnish: tehdä yhteistyötä
- French: collaborer
- German: zusammenarbeiten
- Greek: συνεργάζομαι
- Italian: collaborare
- Japanese: 共同して働く
- Korean: 협력하다
- Norwegian: samarbeide
- Polish: współpracować
- European Portuguese: colaborar
- Romanian: a colabora
- Russian: сотрудничать
- Spanish: colaborar
- Swedish: samarbeta
- Thai: ร่วมมือ
- Turkish: işbirliği yapmak
- Ukrainian: співпрацювати
- Vietnamese: cộng tác
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