collaborators[ kuh-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF collaborators
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLABORATORS
In his enterprises, he needs aids and collaborators; he needs what he calls "men."
The result, however, was unsatisfactory to both the collaborators.
Among the collaborators of Dekker at this time was Ben Jonson.
Both he and she, like most of my collaborators in this world, have long since passed into the other.
All intellectuals here – fed by the long arm of the state – are collaborators.
I can but convey my thanks on this occasion to you and also to your collaborators.
I filled this tub with water, and two of my collaborators and I plunged our hands into it.
Gilbert and Sullivan were collaborators for exactly twenty-five years.
The collaborators met at Werdet's house to discuss and compare notes.
It was at this time that Dumas was at the crux of his affairs with his collaborators.