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collaboration (s) (noun), collaborations (pl)
The act of working together with one or more people in order to create something.
collaboration, cooperation
collaboration (kuh LAB uh ray" shuhn) (noun)
1. Working together toward a common objective; especially, in a joint intellectual effort: The writers worked in collaboration to produce the book.
2. An act of providing help to an enemy who has invaded someone's country during a war: Joel was suspected of collaboration with the military forces that were trying to conquer his country.
cooperation (koh ahp" uh RAY shuhn) (noun)
1. A situation or condition in which individuals or organizations work together for a common end: The report cited a lack of cooperation between state and local officials.

The fair was organized with the cooperation of local businesses.

2. The actions of someone who is being helpful by doing what is wanted or asked for: Thank you for your cooperation in adding new words to this project.

The collaboration of the students on their production of Gilbert and Sullivan was a great example of cooperation in their school.

Word Entries containing the term: “collaboration
joint collaboration
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