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col·lab·o·rate / kəˈlabəˌrāt/ • v. [intr.] work jointly on an activity, esp. to produce or create something: he collaborated with a distinguished painter on the designs. ∎  cooperate traitorously with an enemy: during the last war they collaborated with the Nazis. DERIVATIVES: col·lab·o·ra·tor / -ˌrātər/ n.

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collaborate

collaborate XIX. f. pp. stem of late L. collabōrāre. f. COL- + labor LABOUR.
So collaboration, collaborator XIX.

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