Origin of collaboration
Examples from the Web for collaboration
Piece Co. will then seamlessly source the artisans and be your liaison for collaboration.
Ultimately international cooperation and collaboration took root, and the landscape is already very different.Luxembourg and China Team Up on Private Mission to the Moon|Matthew R. Francis|October 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So, he approached his nomadic friends to gauge their interest in the collaboration.
One of the videos I found the most interesting, was a collaboration.
Yet some are now suspected of collaboration with IS against the Yazidis.How the U.S.-favored Kurds Abandoned the Yazidis when ISIS Attacked|Christine van den Toorn|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This collaboration attests to the splendid cooperative spirit that exists among scientists.A Quantitative Study of the Nocturnal Migration of Birds.|George H. Lowery.
The other literary project was for a lyrical drama, to be written in collaboration with Horne.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)|Frederic G. Kenyon
In his nineteenth year he produced in collaboration with his father a light opera adapted from the Mdecin malgr lui of Molire.
Can this be because the jewel of the pampas dispenses with the father's collaboration?The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles|Jean Henri Fabre
It begins by denying the rumour of collaboration or joint-authorship; and then passes to what was a virtual avowal of identity.Thomas Moore|Stephen Gwynn
British Dictionary definitions for collaboration
Word Origin and History for collaboration
1860, from French collaboration, noun of action from Latin collaborare (see collaborate). In a bad sense, "tratorious cooperation with an occupying enemy," it is recorded from 1940; earliest references are to the Vichy Government of France.