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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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A review of the literature and practice-based articles indicate that faculty and others have been creative in how they have utilized the Blackboard Collaborate tool.
The first step was to collaborate with the legislators by testifying at the Senate and the House of Representatives hearings.
Collaborate is designed for organisations that use unified communications software or web services to handle voice, video and data communications.
The three groups met on NorthernKnowledge, a website portal where people in the digital and creative industries can share information and collaborate on projects.
Also the data shows that professionals in China are less likely to collaborate than professionals in other regions.
As Brooks notes, every group that collaborates on college access brings an important piece to address one of the many complex challenges that deters students from attending college.
To enhance the chances of ultimate success, parents and their young adult children must collaborate, coordinate, and work together to help the student plan and pursue their college and university goals in preparation for there eventual careers.
As an SAP Services Partner, Protiviti's application and process controls team will collaborate with SAP to help customers implement and effectively utilize the comprehensive SAP solutions for GRC to enhance their integrated enterprise-wide risk mitigation and compliance efforts.
and Broad Corporation today announced their agreement to collaborate on the marketing of an internal control solution that utilizes search engine technology.
JRT now has the opportunity to collaborate with 11,000 high-caliber professionals, many of whom are women and minorities.
If the United States does not collaborate with China in promoting more conservation and energy efficiency, her demand for oil could drive the price over $100 per barrel during the next five years.
* A lecture-recital featuring music set to the prose or poetry of a famous writer: collaborate with literature or poetry teachers to bring out the particular techniques that distinguish this writer.
At each site, high-throughput automated systems would collaborate, and epidemiologic observations and test results would appear in the laboratory's web-enabled database for analysis within days (23).
This article describes a text and an approach that invite students from different language-learning backgrounds to collaborate to improve their reading and writing skills in French.
They kept telling her that if she didn't collaborate, they would kill her mother, but she never broke down."