Definition of colleagues. Meaning of colleagues. Synonyms of colleagues

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Definition of colleagues

Colleague
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
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 colleagues 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 this action was a letter to colleagues. representative abraham lincoln, in 1849, formally notified his colleagues in writing that he intended to s****
- the woollahra colleagues rugby football club, known as colleagues, is a rugby union club based in woollahra, in sydney, australia. the club was founded
- included vpl/ju/nkim/25 in their newly named species. guntupalli prasad and colleagues named the animal bharattherium bonapartei on the basis of an additional
- shop talk: a writer and his colleagues and their work is a collection of previously published interviews with important 20th-century writers by novelist
- museum of natural history (specimen fmnh pm 59520). david krause and colleagues described lavanify and a sudamericid from india, which they did not name
- self mortification along with koṇḍañña and his four colleagues at uruvela. koṇḍañña and his colleagues attended to siddhartha in the hope that he would become
- cytometry by a. tometsko and colleagues. the first use of micronuclei in cultured cells was by j.a. heddle and colleagues in human lymphocytes. the ****ay