verb (used without object), col·lab·o·rat·ed, col·lab·o·rat·ing.
- coll' arco,
Origin of collaborate
Examples from the Web for collaborating
Collaborating with him on a film was the best kind of therapy I could have asked for.
Hardline clerics and youths suspect moderates of collaborating with the security forces.
She is collaborating with the Gap on their style guide campaign, which necessitates working around specific clothing.She's Got the Look: How Pari Ehsan Marries Fashion and Art|Allison McNearney|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Next thing he knew, he was in an interrogation room being accused of collaborating with Israel.
Three Al Jazeera journalists have been jailed in Egypt on trumped-up charges of collaborating with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Thought is not, for them, a process which may go on indefinitely, a work in which they are collaborating with the universe.The Gentle Reader|Samuel McChord Crothers
Then in a lower voice she added: “She has been collaborating with Tupper Browne.”Hidden Water|Dane Coolidge
Thus he had gained a bracing sense of comradeship with the men who were collaborating in his field.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
"It's a story in which Miss Jewett's been collaborating with me," Idina continued.The Guests Of Hercules|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
Every woman who ever wrote well began by collaborating with a man.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 14|Elbert Hubbard
Word Origin for collaborate
1871, back-formation from collaborator. Given a bad sense in World War II. Related: Collaborated; collaborating.