collaboration[ kuh-lab-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF collaboration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLABORATION
Now and then, especially in the case83 of religious works, there was collaboration.
Her first work was a collaboration with Jules95 Sandeau in a novel.
Here possibly we have a key to the purpose of the collaboration.
Beyle himself recognized the necessity of the reader's collaboration.
Can this be because the jewel of the pampas dispenses with the father's collaboration?
Their collaboration upon a book only added plausibility to her surmise.
Nor does she regard their effort at collaboration as a success from the standpoint of art.
But the right way to do it is to instill the idea of collaboration.
In this also I had the collaboration of a fellow-teacher, Louis Cowen by name.
During these years he worked in collaboration with other dramatists.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR COLLABORATION
- combined effort
- doing business with
- esprit de corps
- playing ball