Definition of 'collaboration'
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There's no doubt that collaborations work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Watch a serious game of cricket and you see two teams competing fiercely, but you also see astonishing collaboration. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are times when the collaboration works well enough. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The same is true of the main scientific collaborations. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also covers works that were collaborations between other writers and other acting companies. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)Yet the first step toward creative collaboration is building a relationship. Christianity Today (2000)These treatments will be introduced most rapidly if there is open international collaboration. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It could have been one of the great collaborations of recent history. The Sun (2011)How does your collaboration with him work? The Sun (2011)It gave them a chance to make friends and to be drawn into scientific collaborations. Infinite in All Directions (1989)So what creative collaborations might we see next? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The best science more and more depends on international collaborations. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It won an award for the beauty and simplicity of the creative collaboration. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sound policy and international collaboration can deliver strong and clean growth for all at reasonable cost. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There are also some choice collaborations. The Sun (2010)But for now he's putting the collaborations to one side and going alone. The Sun (2014)He was optimistic that the collaboration would produce a best-seller. Ford Madox Ford (1990)It was a partnership, a close collaboration that in turn enriched their poetry. Words Of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath (2006)And judging by his first collaboration he'll definitely be more the former. The Sun (2015)There could also be collaboration in the Commons over votes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)With whom did he write them, and how did the collaboration work? The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Produced in close collaboration with the recently deceased artist, this show invites visitors into his inner circle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now she prefers life behind the scenes, working in close collaboration with the artists who perform her compositions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Business schools are also fostering collaboration between MBA students and external businesses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At Imperial we emphasise that our culture is one of collaboration and mutual support, rather than students competing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In the postwar period, research collaboration and student exchange has supported growth and cross-cultural exchange between our two nations. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Very Common. collaboration is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'collaboration'
British English: collaboration NOUN
Collaboration is the act of working together to produce a piece of work, especially a book or some research.
There is substantial collaboration with neighbouring departments.
Definition of collaboration from the Collins English Dictionary
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