- From work + mate. (Wiktionary)
“A workmate is entirely sure that its 'just an art' etc ...”
“The research paper that this workmate is writing includes suggestions and recommendations for reforming public schools, and on occasion this workmate will come to me to discuss educational theory & politics.”
“His workmate was a young Russian who borrowed Graeme's car and was caught driving drunk, so the police held Graeme responsiblle and he didn't want trouble.”
“I meant to forward the email to a workmate, including my criticism of the client.”
“We have four pecha kucha speakers so far - you could volunteer yourself (or a workmate) on the museum 3.0 ning thread.”
“He smiles for the camera and puts an affectionate arm on his workmate.”
“Perhaps it is a family member, friend, or workmate.”
“Some of us might dread a meeting we have to attend, a class for which we are not prepared, or a confrontation we fear is brewing between us and a friend or workmate.”
“I once investigated the story of another of those commemorated in Postman's Park – Thomas Griffin, of whom his plaque says that after a boiler explosion at Battersea sugar refinery he was fatally scalded going back in search of his workmate Frederick Biggs.”
“Mr Fitzgerald was able to free his workmate by shooting the croc with a pistol but the bullet also hit Mr Green in the arm.”
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