Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

collaborate

collaborate
Meaning(s)
1) work together towards a single goal
  • How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
    • collaborate with/on, a collaborative environment/setting
  • Analysis
    To 'collaborate’ means to work with another person or a team on a particular project. The term implies an equal amount of input by all involved. Most often you will hear this used to talk about co-operation between companies and organizations, co-writers and researchers and teams. This verb can be used to talk about social collaborations but is more often used in professional contexts.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Our Manager told us to collaborate on the project so that we could bring our ideas together.
    2. The open plan office was designed as a collaborative environment which would encourage colleagues to work together.
    3. The boardroom was a collaborative setting for the movie's writers, producers and directors to work together.
    4. They came up with much better results when they worked collaboratively.
    5. The team has worked together for months, and the research was the outcome of collaboration.
    6. The secret agent was arrested, accused of collaborating with the enemy.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I am collaborating with the media students in my college to create a video for the event.
    2. Team sports are an excellent way of improving collaboration skills.
  • Further Suggestions
Share post on :


XDownload