- an associate.
Origin of colleague
Related Words for colleaguecomrade, teammate, buddy, assistant, aide, friend, partner, companion, ally, co-worker, crony, cohort, compatriot, auxiliary, helper, compeer, chum, coadjutor, confederate, collaborator
Examples from the Web for colleague
Contemporary Examples of colleague
A colleague overheard two conservative Mass. lawmakers talking about what “the gays” could do.The Real Story Behind the Fight for Marriage Equality
December 30, 2014
“You got the wrong number for that,” Det. Johnson told her colleague, Coleman, over the phone while I fed her questions.The Disappearing Cops of East St. Louis
November 26, 2014
Maria Tomak says a colleague presented the document directly to Poroshenko when he met with volunteers on August 21.Corruption Eats Away at Ukraine Military
October 21, 2014
His colleague at the British Museum, Dr. Jeremy Hill, who curated the 100 Objects book, opted for the word processor.We All Have a Rosebud in Our Pasts
October 15, 2014
Mrs Saldanha, 46, answered the call and transferred it to a colleague, who gave details of the duchess's condition.Kate Prank Call DJ Tells of Death Threats
October 13, 2014
Historical Examples of colleague
Besides, as he said to a colleague, "If we did not dissolve we would be showing the white feather."The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
Once place my colleague on the other side, You'd say, This lawyer should be deified!
He had approximately as many men at his disposal as his colleague—about 250,000.
With that, Vagualame held out his hand to his colleague, Juve!A Nest of Spies
She was luckier than her colleague La Rouche, who was far too good-natured with people.Fruitfulness
- a fellow worker or member of a staff, department, profession, etc