V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. to work together on a business or project; 2. to betray others by assisting an enemy

Synonyms: cooperate, conspire, co-produce, abet, fraternize

Antonyms: disassociate

Tips: Collaborate originates from the Latin collaborare, to "labor together." Think, co-laborer on a project. A collaborator is someone with whom you collaborate.

Usage Examples:

International spies must retain loyalty to their own country while collaborating with the enemy. (cooperating, fraternizing)

With instant messaging, it was convenient for us to collaborate on the project. (co-produce, cooperate)

I thought we would all collaborate on the project, but I ended up doing the majority of the work myself. (cooperate, co-produce)

My collaborators turned out to be quite helpful, and we got the project done with everyone pitching in. (co-producers, partners) noun

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