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Late Latin collabōrāre collabōrāt- Latin com- com- Latin labōrāre to work (from labor toil)
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From collaborator, from French collaborateur, from Latin collaborare
Teams of scientists in different parts of the world can collaborate virtually.
He had no way to collaborate with scientists in other places, no Internet, and no library.
This is powerful; it allows the best and brightest to collaborate easily.
If we collaborate on the task, we will be less likely to make a mistake.
The professor would like for us to collaborate on our project.
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