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collaborate

verb [I]
 
 
/kəˈlæbəreɪt/
WORK TOGETHER When two or more people collaborate, they work together to create or achieve the same thing.
współpracować
Didn't you collaborate with him on one of your books?Helping and co-operatingActing, being or existing together
HELP ENEMY to help people who are an enemy of your country or government
kolaborować
He was accused of collaborating with the enemy.Helping and co-operatingDisloyalty, betrayal and treasonWar
collaborator noun [C]
współpracowni-k/czka, kolaborant/ka
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