Definition of Collaboration. Meaning of Collaboration. Synonyms of Collaboration

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Definition of Collaboration

Collaboration
Collaboration Col*lab`o*ra"tion, n. The act of working together; united labor.

Meaning of Collaboration from wikipedia

- Collaboration (from Latin com- "with" + laborare "to labor", "to work") is the process of two or more people, entities or organizations working together...
- Open collaboration refers to any "system of innovation or production that relies on goal-oriented yet loosely coordinated parti****nts who cooperate voluntarily...
- Hendrik Seyffardt in the Netherlands and Theodoros Pangalos in Greece saw collaboration as a path to personal power in the politics of their country. Others...
- Horizontal collaboration (French: Collaboration horizontale, collaboration féminine or collaboration sentimentale) referred to the romantic or ****ual...
- Wartime collaboration is cooperation with the enemy against one's country of citizenship in wartime. As historian Gerhard Hirschfeld says, it "is as old...
- terms of the 1940 armistice with **** Germany, it adopted a policy of collaboration. Though Paris was nominally its capital, the government established...
- Collaboration with the Axis powers may refer to: Collaboration with **** Germany and Fascist Italy Collaboration with Imperial ****an This disambiguation...
- Look up collaboration in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Collaboration is a process where two or more people or organizations work together to realise...
- Do****ent and file collaboration are the tools or systems set up to help multiple people work together on a single do****ent or file to achieve a single...
- The Campbell Collaboration is a non-profit organisation that promotes evidence-based decisions and policy through the production of systematic reviews...