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collaborate 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/kəˈlabəˌrāt/,
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collaborates, 3rd person singular present; collaborated, past tense; collaborated, past participle; collaborating, present participle;
  1. Work jointly on an activity, esp. to produce or create something
    • - he collaborated with a distinguished painter on the designs
  2. Cooperate traitorously with an enemy
    • - the indigenous elite who collaborated with the colonizers

  1. work together on a common enterprise of project; "The soprano and the pianist did not get together very well"; "We joined forces with another research group"
  2. cooperate as a traitor; "he collaborated with the Nazis when they occupied Paris"
  3. (collaboration) act of cooperating traitorously with an enemy that is occupying your country
  4. (collaborative) accomplished by collaboration; "collaborative research"
  5. (Collaboration (magazine)) Collaboration is a magazine dedicated to the spiritual and evolutionary vision of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother. Content includes articles, essays, poetry, and art. ...
  6. (Collaboration (Tommy Emmanuel album)) Collaboration is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel. It was re-released as Two Originals along with Can't Get Enough on CD in 2004 by Sony. It is a compilation of songs Tommy has done with many notable Australian singers and instrumentalists.
  7. (Collaborative) Collaboration is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together in an intersection of common goals — for example, an intellectual endeavor that is creative in nature —by sharing knowledge, learning and building consensus. ...
  8. To work together with others to achieve a common goal; To cooperate treasonably as with an enemy occupation force in one's country
  9. (Collaborating (as an instructional improvement strategy)) A collegial process wherein two or more colleagues share expertise with each other; to implement instructional or behavior strategies to benefit student learning.
  10. (collaborating) A conflict management strategy based on parties sharing a superordinate goal of solving the problem even though their initial ideas for how to solve it differ.
  11. (collaborating) The posting of questions/comments and responding to questions/comments of other class members for the entire class to view.
  12. (Collaboration) A program model in which the LD teacher demonstrates for or team teaches with the general classroom teacher to help a student with LD be successful in a regular classroom.
  13. (Collaboration) share folders, documents, and pictures. View highlighted changes others made. Revert document. Your document is never overwritten. Rich Table Formats - auto-format 1000s of whole-table styles.
  14. (Collaboration) A mutually beneficial and well-defined relationship entered into by two or more organizations to achieve common goals. ...
  15. (Collaboration) To combine forces to meet a common goal.
  16. (Collaboration) is perceived as working together toward a common goal
  17. (Collaboration) To work cooperatively especially in a joint intellectual effort
  18. (Collaboration) A helping relationship between a family member and a professional in a reciprocal relationship in which the family and professional share power and responsibility. ...
  19. (Collaboration) Resolving conflict by seeking a solution advantageous to all parties.
  20. (Collaboration) Two or more artists working together in a joint effort to produce artworks.
  21. (COLLABORATION) A coalition of diverse people with diverse values and expectations working together at the community level to solve problems.
  22. (6) Collaboration) Moving a website closer to the center of a series of keywords requires understanding. ...
  23. (Collaboration) A description of how classes and objects used in the pattern interact with each other.
  24. (Collaboration) A process by which agencies formally commit themselves on a long-term basis to work together to accomplish a common mission. This partnership necessitates a sharing of resources, power, and authority. ...
  25. (Collaboration) A recognized relationship among different sectors or groups, which have been formed to take action on an issue in a way that is more effective or sustainable than might be achieved by the public health sector acting alone.