1.a person who is member of one's class or profession"the surgeon consulted his colleagues" "he sent e-mail to his fellow hackers"
2.an associate that one works with
ColleagueCol"league (kŏl"lēg), n. [F. collègue, L. collega one chosen at the same time with another, a partner in office; col- + legare to send or choose as deputy. See Legate.] A partner or associate in some civil or ecclesiastical office or employment. It is never used of partners in trade or manufactures.
Syn. -- Helper; assistant; coadjutor; ally; associate; companion; confederate.
ColleagueCol*league" (kŏl*lēg"), v. t. & i. To unite or associate with another or with others. [R.] Shak.
(toil; labor; labour; employment; work; job; vocation; trade; craftsmanship; workmanship; professional skill; profession; occupation; business; line of work; line; career; calling; professional activity; professional duty), (work; labor; labour; job; task; chore), (labour; work; labor)[Thème]
(toil; labor; labour; employment; work; job; vocation; trade; craftsmanship; workmanship; professional skill; profession; occupation; business; line of work; line; career; calling; professional activity; professional duty), (work; labor; labour; job; task; chore), (labour; work; labor)[termes liés]
association corporative et confraternelle (fr)[ClasseHyper.]
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