collaboration

[kuh-lab-uh-rey-shuhn]
noun
1.
the act or process of collaborating.
2.
a product resulting from collaboration: This dictionary is a collaboration of many minds.

Origin:
1855–60; < French < Late Latin collabōrāt(us) (see collaborate) + French -ion -ion

noncollaboration, noun
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collaboration (kəˌlæbəˈreɪʃən)
 
n (often foll by on, with, etc)
1.  the act of working with another or others on a joint project
2.  something created by working jointly with another or others
3.  the act of cooperating as a traitor, esp with an enemy occupying one's own country
 
collaborationist
 
n

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collaboration
1860, noun of action from collaborate. In a bad sense, "tratorious cooperation with an occupying enemy," it is recorded from 1940; earliest references are to the Vichy Government of France.
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Example sentences
Part of the fun of producing this meal was the collaboration.
New advances in information technology have made such collaboration much easier
  and more common.
Games can improve our social connections, and they can provide a huge arena for
  collaboration.
It would require years of collaboration and research across many different
  scientific and financial disciplines.
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