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collegial

[kuh-lee-juh l, -jee-uh l; for 2 also kuh-lee-gee-uh l] /kəˈli dʒəl, -dʒi əl; for 2 also kəˈli gi əl/
adjective
2.
of or characterized by the collective responsibility shared by each of a group of colleagues, with minimal supervision from above.
Origin
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English < Latin collēgiālis. See college, -al1
Related forms
collegially, adverb
subcollegial, adjective
Can be confused
collegial, collegiate.
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British Dictionary definitions for collegially

collegial

/kəˈliːdʒɪəl/
adjective
1.
of or relating to a college
2.
having authority or power shared among a number of people associated as colleagues
Derived Forms
collegially, adverb
collegiality, noun
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Word Origin and History for collegially

collegial

adj.

mid-14c., from Middle French collégial, from Latin collegialis, from collegium (see college). Related: Collegially; collegiality.

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