co-worker


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co·work·er

or co-work·er  (kō′wûr′kər)
n.
One who works with another; a fellow worker.

co-worker

n
a fellow worker; associate
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.co-worker - an associate that one works withco-worker - an associate that one works with  
associate - a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor; "he had to consult his associate before continuing"
Translations

co-worker

[ˈkəʊˈwɜːkəʳ] Ncolaborador(a) m/f

co-worker

nKollege m, → Kollegin f
References in classic literature ?
His grand-uncle Stephen had built the engines for the Savannah, the first American steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean; and his cousin Alfred was the friend and co-worker of Morse, the inventor of the telegraph.
He is the peer of heaven and earth"; "A co-worker in Divine transformation".
His thoughts were of Jeanne Le Brocq, his co-worker at Bredin's, and a little cigar shop down Brixton way which he knew was in the market at a reasonable rate.
The result in this instance was that before I had more than assimilated the gist of the word which had been brought to the fields, I was alone, watching my co-workers speeding villageward.
Respondent characteristics for survey assessing workplace comfort levels with co-worker travel to an Ebola-affected country Characteristic No.
We really try and work hard on co-worker communications," Gupp said.
More than 90 percent confessed that they were attracted to a co-worker, while 84 percent people asserted that they had sex dreams about someone from the office.
Each co-worker then received a pink hardhat or a cap.
TalentKeepers is excited to announce the release of the Co-worker Engagement Tool.
Fellow co-worker Sarah Wood, 19, said: "Ikea have a good age mix which proves that you can work at Ikea regardless of how old you are.
On the Adventure Associates Web site, mature adults - some doubtless with grandchildren - are seen entangled in ropes with their new corporate siblings; they show enthusiasm as they all cling to a Hula-Hoop, and even join hands to prop up a possibly reviled co-worker.
The court found that a "handful" of sexual comments that a male co-worker made to the employee, which were in the context of jokes as opposed to serious or threatening comments, did not rise to the level of a hostile work environment under Title VII.