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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.
See also: collaborate
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Collaboration leaders are twice as likely to consistently collaborate across the C-suite as traditional marketers.
Please share your stories about collaboration. This includes those examples of collaboration that does not fully succeed or achieve the intended outcomes.
Skandia and GHP's expanded collaboration is based on a clearer focus on the quality of the care given that is how great the benefits of the health care are for the customer.
Apart from CAEC, a particularly important collaboration imperative arising out of the AEC 2015 and 2025 Blueprints, as well as from other trade agreements, is the need for a national coordinative mechanism on matters of trade facilitation.
Work done by the Collaboration research group suggests that the nature of R&D collaboration is likely to change over the next five years, driven by rapidly evolving digital tools (See "The IRI Research Working Group on Collaboration and Digitalization," p.
Geert Cauwenbergh, president and chief executive officer, RXi Pharmaceuticals, said, "Our collaboration with PCI Biotech over the last two years has been mutually very beneficial for our companies.
It is believed that collaboration has been directed and explained by two classes of theories namely rational choices theories and socialized choices theories (Dowling, 2004).
Skimming writing center position announcements on the Modern Language Association's Job Information List and writingcenters.org, I found the word collaboration appears quite frequently: "candidates should have a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with faculty across the disciplines in shaping the composition program;" "This position may also involve collaborating on program development (such as working with other tutoring programs);" "The director will ...
To determine the extent to which external collaboration can benefit supply chain planning efforts, APQC looked at data from its Open Standards Benchmarking in supply chain planning.
Pinkerton says Vidyo, which makes the Vidyo Platform for enterprise-based video collaboration, sees several factors contributing to the rising use of video, via desktop and mobile clients, in the enterprise.
Strand 1: Supporting Educator Collaboration to Foster College and Career Readiness
EXHIBIT 1 Collaboration with Customers and Inventory Carrying Cost Little to No Some to Very Collaboration Great Collaboration with Customers with Customers Top Performers 4.0% 2.1% Median 12.0% 5.5% Bottom Performers 18.0% 12.0% Source: APQC Note: Table made from bar graph.
Collaboration is within reach of every school district.
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