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EtymologyEdit

collaborate +‎ -ive

AdjectiveEdit

collaborative ‎(comparative more collaborative, superlative most collaborative)

  1. Of, relating to, or done by collaboration.
    No need to thank me - it was a collaborative effort.

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NounEdit

collaborative ‎(plural collaboratives)

  1. (management) An organized group of people or entities who collaborate towards a particular goal
    • 2004, Ann Page, Keeping Patients Safe[1], ISBN 0309090679, page 153:
      These collaboratives would consist of a team of managers, researchers, and consultants from a variety of organizations whose aim would be to better understand problems in effective health care management []

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AdjectiveEdit

collaborative

  1. feminine singular of collaboratif

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AdjectiveEdit

collaborative

  1. feminine plural of collaborativo