English translation of 'colaborador'
masculine noun, feminine noun
2. (em jornal) contributor
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'colaborador' in Other Languages
British English: associate NOUN
Your associates are your business colleagues.
- American English: associate
- Arabic: شَرِيك
- Brazilian Portuguese: sócio
- Chinese: 合作人
- Croatian: suradnik
- Czech: společník
- Danish: partner
- Dutch: partner
- European Spanish: colega socio
- Finnish: liikekumppani
- French: associé
- German: Teilhaber
- Greek: συνεταίρος
- Italian: socio
- Japanese: 提携者
- Korean: 제휴자
- Norwegian: medarbeider
- Polish: współpracownik
- European Portuguese: colaborador
- Romanian: asociat
- Russian: компаньон
- Spanish: colega
- Swedish: kompanjon
- Thai: ผู้มีความสัมพันธ์กัน เช่น ผู้ร่วมงาน เพื่อน หุ้นส่วน
- Turkish: iş arkadaşı
- Ukrainian: партнер
- Vietnamese: cộng sự
British English: collaborator NOUN
A collaborator is someone that you work with to produce a piece of work, especially a book or some research.
They were collaborators on no less than six films.
British English: contributor NOUN
You can use contributor to refer to one of the causes of an event or situation, especially if that event or situation is an unpleasant one.
Old buses are major contributors to pollution in cities.
Translation of colaborador from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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