- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of collaborate.
“The first project of the new label collaborates with some of Fashion East's most notable alumni to create a collection of capsule dresses inspired by, and celebrating a decade of philanthropic enterprise.”
“A new Italian label collaborates with international artists on limited-edition tees food-drink”
“In my short time here at Brilliant University, I have been amazed at how my group "collaborates" with others.”
“And by all means consider using Brainiac, particularly if they follow the story line from the Superman animated series: after arriving on Earth Brainiac tries to get on Supermans good side with data about Krypton, then 'collaborates' with Luthor before screwing him into the ground by taking over his corporate computer.”
“America longs for the kind of leadership that collaborates with each other, and that engages the rest of us in a substantive way.”
“Besides helping clients make financial-planning choices, Ms. Muldoon collaborates with her firm's investment committee to pick investments for client portfolios.”
“Still, he reiterated that the administration intends to "work to build a bipartisan consensus to ensure the long-term solvency of Social Security" only after it collaborates with Congress to slow health-care spending and enable more Americans to obtain medical insurance.”
“Now, he's working for a Washington D.C. community service nonprofit, and he collaborates with groups trying to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell.”
“When Stevie, who collaborates with MidÃ³n on the latter's State of Mind album, first came on the scene, part of what was so wonderful about him was that this kid had overcome blindness to make fantastic music.”
“When Stevie, who collaborates with Midón on the latter's State of Mind album, first came on the scene, part of what was so wonderful about him was that this kid had overcome blindness to make fantastic music.”
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