Definition of colleagues. Meaning of colleagues. Synonyms of colleagues

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Definition of colleagues

Colleague Col"league (k[o^]l"l[=e]g), n. [F. coll[`e]gue, L. collega one chosen at the same time with another, a partner in office; col- + legare to send or choose as deputy. See Legate.] A partner or associate in some civil or ecclesiastical office or employment. It is never used of partners in trade or manufactures. Syn: Helper; assistant; coadjutor; ally; associate; companion; confederate.
Colleague Col*league" (k[o^]l*l[=e]g"), v.t & i. To unite or associate with another or with others. [R.] --Shak.

Meaning of colleague from wikipedia

- colleagues. colleagues are those explicitly united in a common purpose and respecting each other's abilities to work toward that purpose. a colleague
- for other types of dear colleague letter, see dear colleague letter. a 'dear colleague' letter is official correspondence that is sent by a member, committee
- generation of the amoraic era. he studied under r. abbahu along with his colleague r. yirmeyah. he was the pupil of r. shimon ben lakish, r. eleazar ben
- nafcha, and a colleague of r. abbahu. he is cited in the talmud debating halakha matters with r. yochanan bar nafcha, and as a colleague of r. abbahu and
- seventh generation of the amora era. he was a disciple of rav ashi, and a colleague of ravina ii. he headed the pumbedita academy for ten years until his
- descripted by walter robyns in 1928 and was named after his friend and colleague john hutchinson. it is found in west tropical africa. hutchinsonia barbata
- leaders ralph abernathy (colleague) james bevel (strategist / colleague) joseph lowery (colleague) john lewis (colleague) jesse jackson (protégé) benjamin
- generation, often one of the subject's own former students, or a close colleague. in many cases the author is also a fellow. notable biographies published