- characterized or accomplished by collaboration: collaborative methods; a collaborative report.
Origin of collaborative
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Examples from the Web for collaborative
“From the start it was a collaborative effort,” VanDyke says.‘Point and Shoot’ Captures the Birth of a Warrior on Film
October 31, 2014
In my view, this exacts a heavy toll on live performance, collaborative esthetics, and the variety of life and its expression.Van Dyke Parks on How Songwriters Are Getting Screwed in the Digital Age
Van Dyke Parks
June 4, 2014
The designer follows in the collaborative footsteps of Pharrell Williams, Raf Simons, and Stella McCartney.Unretouched Photos From Lady Gaga’s Versace Campaign Leak; Mary Katrantzou Collaborates With Adidas
The Fashion Beast Team
April 16, 2014
The sessions are hands-on, open, and collaborative by design.Geeking Out: Uganda’s Women are Creating the Next Generation of Girl Geeks
January 5, 2014
When Derek and I met we were total strangers, so it took us awhile to learn to trust each other in a creative, collaborative way.Hardcore Mixed With Honey: ‘Bitter Rivals’ and the Evolution of Sleigh Bells
October 30, 2013
Collaborative effort needs to be brought to the forefront of the educational experience.
A variety of different interests can be brought into focus through sharing and collaborative learning.
Electronic books constituted over networks (wired or wireless) support a wide range of collaborative activities.
It was long after midnight when the collaborative composition of that famous despatch was finished.The Last Shot</p>
The claim has been made by other critics that "Titus" was "collaborative," but Professor Wendell's is that it was an "imitation."The Critics Versus Shakspere
Francis A. Smith