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collaborate with (someone or something)

To work on a task with another person or group. Which department are we collaborating with on this campaign?
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collaborate with someone or something

to work together on something with someone or a group. I will collaborate with Amy on this research. I was forced to collaborate with a totally uninformed committee.
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With this experience, Richard's credentials in the sector and management s strong track record, we are confident that Business Collaborator has an exciting future ahead of it.
Israel has risked all its collaborators in Gaza and ordered them to spread in the field in a way which has demonstrated its need for information.
Victims who resort to placation, the fourth attribute of collaborators, will invariably fear those individuals who resist the perpetrator's violence, will usually perceive resistance to violence as "morally wrong" and perhaps even perceive any resistance to violence (including explicitly nonviolent resistance) as "violent," because their own fear of resisting perpetrators is now so deeply embedded in their unconscious that any form of resistance is considered futile and likely to provoke further perpetrator violence.
Each collaborator is connected directly with two or more neighbors.
Institutional collaborators will also be able to avail themselves of multiple metadata creation options, including support for multiple "production lines" and levels of editorial control.
The dotted lines around the boxes show that rather than being linear, the process utilized by collaborators is dynamic and recursive.
Some collaborators have been rounded up with no proof and killed or assassinated on the spot--for example, Goldfarb said that a suspected collaborator in Bethlehem was lynched, dragged, and then shot.
But when the public isn't aware that a certain individual is a collaborator, and we accuse him, people are bound to ask for evidence.
Activists in the village say that the strike force had not intended to kill him because he was only a small-time collaborator for whom a stiff warning would suffice.
Verifying the content can also be done directly in the collaborator for quality management purposes.
The Hamas interior ministry said that two collaborators who had been providing Israel with information for more than a decade caused the killing of several members of Palestinian resistance groups, as well as children.
While human rights organisations in Israel and abroad have protested that the PA's collaborator trials are inherently unfair, most Palestinian groups now tend to stay quiet for nationalistic reasons.
Social Collaborator enables Delta to seamlessly work in real-time with its partners
Ramallah: Nablus Court of First Instance has sentenced a Palestinian collaborator with Israel to lifetime imprisonment with hard labour and additional lifetime imprisonment for murdering wanted activists on behalf of the Israeli military.
In a talk titled "Advances in the use of Synthetic siRNAs in the Treatment of Huntington's Disease Models," Alnylam collaborator Dr.
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