Definition of Collaborators

1. Noun. (plural of collaborator) ¹



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Definition of Collaborators

1. collaborator [n] - See also: collaborator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collaborators

collaborates
collaborating
collaboration
collaborationism
collaborationist
collaborationists
collaborations
collaborative
collaborative authoring
collaborative client
collaborative creation
collaboratively
collaborativeness
collaboratives
collaborator
collaborators (current term)
collaboratory
collabos
collabs
collacin
collage
collage film
collaged
collagelike
collagen
collagen-vascular diseases
collagen diseases
collagen fibre
collagen fibrils
collagen injection

Literary usage of Collaborators

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1. Torture and Ill-Treatment: Israel's Interrogation of Palestinians from the by Human Rights Watch/Middle East (1994)
"These collaborators use deception, threats and sometimes direct violence against detainees. Detainees do not always know who is a collaborator, ..."

2. Peter the Great by Kazimierz Waliszewski (1898)
"collaborators of the second rank—Golovin—An Admiral who was no sailor, 'and a Foreign ... Foreign collaborators—They often did the work, but remained in the ..."

3. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and ...by Liberty Hyde Bailey by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"These appendices are as follows: collaborators in the making of the ... IV, 2098; also in the Finding-list 3575 The List of collaborators (pages 3555 to ..."

4. Report for (1913)
"Standing of the collaborators The character and standing of the men who have ... As the names of collaborators were reported, it appeared that many of them ..."

5. The Jewish Encyclopedia: A Guide to Its Contents, an Aid to Its Use by Joseph Jacobs (1906)
"collaborators The collaborators on THE JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA numbered 605, their nationalities being as follows: American 279; Australian 4; Austro-Hungarian ..."

6. Rubens: His Life, His Work, and His Time by Emile Michel (1899)
"We have already pointed out among his works some of very unequal value, that clearly reveal the hand of collaborators. We PORTRAIT OF VAN DYCK. ..."

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