- v. present participle of collaborate.
“British goldsmith Leane, who made his name collaborating with Alexander McQueen, pushes the boundaries of fine jewelry.”
“Bothe had little interest in collaborating with fellow KWImF directors Krehl, Meyerhof or Kuhn.”
“There are even places for you to express your interest in collaborating on a project, and recommend other ventures.”
“Her luck in collaborating with editor/publisher Norbert Blei assured an elegant book to stand beside the thirty others from his press.”
“The idea of Easton and Straub collaborating is such a huge deal and then for them to include me is really something.”
“At least one more series of hearings is expected before the panel members begin collaborating on their report.”
“So last year, when a Canadian games company called to see if I'd be interested in collaborating with them on developing stories for a giant, multi-dimensional gaming universe, I jumped.”
“In both concepts textile patterns were the essence of the design, these patterns originated in collaborating with graphic designer Michiel Schuurman.”
“If any of you are interested in collaborating on a project, let's do it - no matter what age or experience level.”
““Hey, are you interested in collaborating on something?””
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