Definition of collaborative in English:

collaborative

Line breaks: col|lab¦ora|tive
Pronunciation: /kəˈlabərətɪv
 
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adjective

Produced by or involving two or more parties working together: collaborative research
More example sentences
  • The new practice enables people to view business together and seek collaborative solutions.
  • Inside Scotland, we must become more cooperative and collaborative at every level.
  • The work is very adversarial whereas what I do now is cooperative and collaborative.

Derivatives

collaboratively

adverb
More example sentences
  • Native title holders, through their body corporate, Lhere Artepe, will be asked to work collaboratively with the government initiatives.
  • As I write this, programmers from around the world are collaboratively developing a new, open source RSS format.
  • These codes should be developed collaboratively by administrators, teachers, parents, and students.

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