- 1The action of working with someone to produce something: he wrote a book in collaboration with his sonMore example sentences
- At the same time, the Mongolian Polo Association was formed in collaboration with the government.
- It enables students to use e-mail to conduct research, share information and work in collaboration with others.
- During the course of the year, the volunteers will be working in collaboration with the park to educate the public on cleaner habits.
- 1.1 [count noun] Something produced in collaboration with someone: his recent opera was a collaboration with LessingMore example sentences
- He is also looking forward to the release of his first record, a collaboration with The Divine Comedy.
- The album has some amazing Santana Band songs and some tight collaborations with guest artists that you will surely hear on your favorite radio stations this summer.
- Part of the urban myth surrounding her is that the songs she says she wrote were collaborations, and the songs she says were collaborations were nothing to do with her.
- 2Traitorous cooperation with an enemy: he faces charges of collaborationMore example sentences
- Trials for war crimes, collaboration, and genocide continued in several countries for many years after the war.
- Any cooperation with Israel would be seen by many Palestinians as collaboration with the enemy.
- In English, ‘quisling’ has since come to denote collaboration with the enemy.
- sense 2.More example sentences
- Progressives who play that game should be exposed for what they are, namely class collaborationists and allies of bloodspilling empire-extending capitalists.
- The Sorrow and the Pity is about the Nazi occupation of France, particularly in one city, Clermont-Ferrand, in the part of France governed by the collaborationist Vichy Regime.
- The ‘femmes tondues’, collaborationist women whose heads were shaved, remain among the most striking images of the time.
mid 19th century: from Latin collaboratio(n-), from collaborare 'work together'.