gyd-weithiwr, cyd-weithiwr, chyd-weithiwr, nghyd-weithiwr, gyd-weithwyr, cyd-weithwyr, chyd-weithwyr, nghyd-weithwyr
Noun(1) an associate that one works with(2) a person who is member of one's class or profession
(1) a colleague from the Belfast office(2) The best his Labour colleagues have managed in his support is to defend his right to air his views.(3) Local councils have set up support and advice centres to help colleagues making new bids.(4) Her work colleagues have described her as the person who puts a smile on everyone's face.(5) On the subject of his holiday, many Labour colleagues agree he should make redress.(6) The head teacher and his or her senior colleagues will be a visible presence round the school.(7) We are also working closely with our colleagues in primary care and public health.(8) Yesterday felt really weird and nasty as I found out that two of my colleagues had been laid off.(9) Police colleagues in Bedale already have a joint base with the local fire brigade.(10) That is a very interesting question which colleagues would no doubt wish to debate first.(11) I just want to move on with one more issue before I invite my colleagues to come in.(12) I have a dear friend who is being unfairly targeted by colleagues he used to be in business with.(13) He would require the support of Labour Party colleagues on Hull City Council to do so.(14) Once inside, he began to deliver a lecture about how lazy he and my work colleagues think I am.(15) While doing his day job, he observed the way in which he and his colleagues actually worked.(16) He is said by colleagues to be a hard taskmaster who does not tolerate failure.
(1) colleague :: cydweithiwr
1. coworker ::
2. co-worker ::
3. fellow ::
Different Formscolleague, colleagues
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'm having some difficulty bonding
with a COLLEAGUE at work...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13
First, at all times, I am to be treated
as a COLLEAGUE and an equal.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4
The thing is that, later on
that COLLEAGUE of yours,
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12
I think Dr. Nowitzki
is a friendly COLLEAGUE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 24
The home of my COLLEAGUE,
Illyrio Mopatis, a merchant.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1
English to Welsh Dictionary: colleague
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