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collaboratively

[kəˈlæbərətɪvlɪ] ADVen colaboración

collaboratively

[kəˈlæbərətɪvli] adv [work] → en collaboration

collaboratively

advgemeinschaftlich; to work collaborativelyzusammenarbeiten
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This important agreement allows us to work collaboratively Victoria is playing a leadership role on this significant issue, but we have a far greater chance of success by partnering with NSW and other jurisdictions.
Dealing with matters collaboratively can be an ideal approach in these situations.
In a study of middle-schoolers, researchers at New York University and the City University of New York have found that while playing a math video game either competitively or collaboratively with another player- as compared to playing alone- students adopted a mastery mindset that is highly conducive to learning.
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Expertly compiled and collaboratively edited by Ryerson University Department of English associate professors Monique Teschofen and Jennifer Burwell, "Image + Territory: Essays On Atom Egoyan" offers eighteen diversely informed and informative essays grouped around the themes of 'Media Technologies, Aura, and Redemption'; 'Diasporic Histories and the Exile of Meaning'; 'Pathologies/Ontologies of the Visual'; and 'Conversations'.
Collaboratively written by Jan Lee Wicker and illustrated by Steve Weaver, as well as enhanced with full-color photographs by H.
Collaboratively authored by Dina Guillen, Michelle Lowrey, Maria Everly, and Gretchen Bernsdorff (all of whom are members of the Sacramento-based Kitchen Table Cooking Club), The Plank Grilling Cookbook is an outstanding introduction to the innovative cooking style focused on the creatively culinary use of the wood plank.
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As the demand for service increased, students were given an opportunity to collaboratively work along side a peer in order to effectively complete orders.
The updated and expanded second edition of Historical Dictionary Of Methodism, is collaboratively compiled and co-edited by Susan E.
Collaboratively written especially for herpetologists and other professionals in the field by the team of Gunther Kohler, Milan Vesely and Eli Greenbaum, The Amphibians And Reptiles Of El Salvador covers 130 species representing 88 genera and 30 families.
Immediately after the hurricane, Schwartz asked the center directors to work collaboratively to define the research questions that would surround the effects of the hurricane and the recovery of the population.
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