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How do you use the word collaborate in a sentence?
June 27, 2016 2:51PM
The word collaborate is a verb, meaning to work jointly on an activity, to work together to produce or create something; to cooperate with an enemy occupying one's own country.
If you collaborate with a song writer we can put your guitar music on an Album.
He was imprisoned for collaborating with known felons.
Both men must collaborate in order to get the task done.
Wiki websites such as this one allow users to work together and collaborate.
When the budget committee collaborates with the planning committee, the project comes together much more quickly.
The different parties need to collaborate more to resolve problems facing them.
The two songwriters decided to collaborate on a song.
During World War II, the French underground targeted those who chose to collaborate with the Nazis.
If two astronomers collaborate in discovering a new comet, it is often named for both.