- a fellow worker; colleague.
Origin of coworker
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Examples from the Web for coworker
My coworker from Poland told me about plackis, which are essentially the same thing as latkes without the Chanukah story.I Ate Potato Pancakes Til I Plotzed
December 17, 2014
Eric Hughes was having a smoke break and talking to a coworker.‘They Let Him Off?’ Scenes from NYC in Disbelief
December 4, 2014
“He was just a regular American kid,” a coworker would later tell a reporter.American Jihadis Douglas McCain and Troy Kastigar: From Losers to Martyrs
August 28, 2014
My coworker—who by the way is a guy—was sobbing when we saw the film.Shailene Woodley on ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ That Nasty 'Time' Piece, and the F-Word
June 2, 2014
How many times has a friend or coworker insisted that You.Have.To.See [Insert Critically Acclaimed Series Here]?‘True Detective’ Review: You Have to Watch HBO’s Revolutionary Crime Classic
January 11, 2014
He is doing his part in the great world work—he is a coworker with God.The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit
Ralph Waldo Trine
He was a coworker with Palestrina, and was the teacher of many of the succeeding composers.How Music Developed
W. J. Henderson
It is earnestly hoped that the public will receive him as a coworker and give him the most hearty support.
With the aid of the influence and exertions of his coworker Henson was again successful.
Bishop Bishop insisted that he was the General Superintendent and above and beyond his coworker.The History of the Negro Church
Carter Godwin Woodson
Word Origin and History for coworker
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