collaborate with

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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References in classic literature ?
For Mademoiselle Stangerson had already begun to collaborate with her father in his work.
No physician can be required by contract or other agreement to collaborate with an APRN against the physician's will.
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.
The advocate members participate in many aspects of the decision-making processes, collaborate with the Community Outreach and Translation Cores of the centers, and added much to the discussion at the annual meeting.
This paper explores a higher education initiative to tram in-service teachers to collaborate with families.