collaborate[ kuh-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF collaborate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLABORATE
She had suggested, playfully, that she should join her pen to his—that they should collaborate.
As soon as he gets out of the army he and I are going to collaborate on a play.
We are going to collaborate on a play and, oh, we have planned to do lots of things.
What I was going to suggest was that you and I should collaborate.
I think you were born to collaborate, and to collaborate with me.
To collaborate with Trenchard was to collaborate with a human volcano.
To collaborate with Monsieur Jacquemin will be very amusing.
And he added, grinning expectantly, What do you collaborate in?
They collaborate in a blend of comic opera and musical comedy.
The leaders will thieve and collaborate with organized crime.