collaborate with (someone or something)

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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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Our refinery, petrochemical, fertilizer and gas projects will generate N8 trillion per annum for Nigeria when fully on stream,' he said, contending that he was one of those who believed that state governments should collaborate with one another for economic benefits of their states.
The vlaamse waterweg nv wants to collaborate with one partner for its communication, With the aim of creating uniformity and continuity in the internal and external communication across the services.
In addition, collaborative editing, or co-authoring, for Office Online documents that are stored in partner cloud systems will also enable enterprise employees to collaborate with one another on documents in real time.
Vinculum invites Retailers, eTailers, Online Marketplaces, Sellers on Marketplaces, 3PLs and CPG companies to meet up & discuss how they can collaborate with one another and identify new revenue streams through multiple sales channels.
Warwick University vice chancellor Professor Nigelrift said: "e IGGY Junior Commission enables ten of the brightest young minds to collaborate with one another to achieve a global goal.
Neymar didn't really elaborate what he meant when he said that he wanted to collaborate with One Direction.
While a computer can offer innumerable options, it is only the human mind that can provide a sense of direction - in the case of the Internet pioneers it was to provide systems for individuals to express their ideas, such as Facebook, and Twitter, and then collaborate with one another.
The chosen candidates will collaborate with one of them on a unique project.
A member of the Abu Dhabi Awards organising committee said, "Through these gatherings, we reflect back on the recipients' contribution to the success of Abu Dhabi Awards-related events, especially in the 2013 campaign that took place a few months ago, and we continue to encourage them to further collaborate with one another in their relevant fields, in order to serve the community.
Policy Statement: Correctional practitioners and other service providers should make every effort to collaborate with one another, law enforcement and the courts in ways that will improve the overall criminal and juvenile justice systems.
Without any need to create new authorities the way is open for the existing councils to collaborate with one another and save money and work more efficiently.
Addressing the big question of whether they would want to collaborate with One Direction, Te said: "Obviously they're amazing.
As part of the grant, both universities must collaborate with one another to help produce comparative effectiveness researchers and practitioners who interpret and use research results to help improve health outcomes.
Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security" is a guide for businesses to better collaborate with one another and how to alleviate the risks of cooperation through companies who may be normally competing with one another.
By encouraging industry professionals to collaborate with one another, Waitt also hopes to spur growth and innovation through the realm of silicone product and manufacturing solutions.