1. collaborate

verb. ['kəˈlæbɝˌeɪt'] work together on a common enterprise of project.


  • go along
  • join forces
  • work
  • play along
  • cooperate


  • divide
  • recede
  • discontinue
  • refrain

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Rhymes with Collaborate

  • elaborate

Sentences with collaborate

1. Verb, base form
He should be able to collaborate with a team and exhibit team-leading and team-building abilities.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
When two companies collaborate on an event or promotion, for instance, they share these commitments.

3. Noun, singular or mass
To remain informed, neurologists conduct research and collaborate with colleagues.

Quotes about collaborate

1. I believe we are more ready to embrace our lives in the here and now when we are able to recognize the continuity between the immanence of God in our world and eternity. Rather than simply waiting to be liberated to another time or place, we are being invited to collaborate in the healing and redemption of our world.
- Mark Scandrette, Soul Graffiti: Making a Life in the Way of Jesus

2. I have always believed in the power of collaboration. Early on in my professional career, I realized that you can't develop all the competencies you need fast enough on your own. Furthermore, if you don't collaborate, your ideas will be limited to your own abilities. As a result, you will not be able to serve your clientele and thus can't achieve the anticipated impact.
- Vishwas Chavan, Vishwasutras: Universal Principles for Living: Inspired by Real-Life Experiences

3. When a bumptious person can’t satiate oneself with an empty praise from others, s/he may go a step further to organize a get-together to bring all people of own nature under a single roof to meet, deliberate, celebrate, collaborate, greet, treat , appreciate or even felicitate one another.
- Anuj Somany

2. collaborate

verb. ['kəˈlæbɝˌeɪt'] cooperate as a traitor.


  • get together
  • join forces


  • inactivity
  • fail
  • malfunction