Definition of co-worker in English:

co-worker

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noun

1A person with whom one works, typically someone in a similar role or at a similar level within an organization: her strong work ethic and high standards have garnered respect and support from co-workers and employees alike
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  • It's always fun to play some tricks on fellow friends, co-workers, and family members.
  • Until the day he was injured, he says he was welcomed on the job by his co-workers and his company.
  • She will also be sadly missed by all her cousins, aunts, uncles and many dear friends and co-workers.
1.1A person engaged in the practice of co-working: the offices offer a home to about 550 co-workers
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  • Independent and entrepreneurial, coworkers are essentially pioneering an entirely new way of working that conventional businesses often interpret as avant-garde.
  • Their platform offers coworkers the chance to book a variety of private meeting rooms adjacent to the free coworking spaces for a fee.
  • Coworking spaces host a myriad of events for their coworkers.

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