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collabo

Syllabification: col·lab·o
Pronunciation: /kəˈlabō
 
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Definition of collabo in English:

noun (plural collabos)

informal
Something produced by two or more people working together, especially a piece of music; a collaboration: the trio won a Grammy for their hit collabo with the Gorillaz
More example sentences
  • What kind of bizarro pop collabo is this? Arcade Fire and Cyndi Lauper teamed up to play the '80s star's Girls Just Want To Have Fun at the New Orleans Jazz Fest.
  • On Tuesday night, Bieber posted a link on Twitter to a short video from Carey talking about her "festive collabo" and how thrilled she is about it.
  • The guys are busy doing collabos with some US artistes.

Origin

1990s: abbreviation of collaboration.

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