confederate, collaborator, henchman, partner in crimenoun
someone who assists in a plot
collaborator, collaborationist, quislingnoun
someone who collaborates with an enemy occupying force
collaborator, cooperator, partner, pardnernoun
an associate in an activity or endeavor or sphere of common interest
"the musician and the librettist were collaborators"; "sexual partners"
one who willingly cooperates with an enemy, especially an enemy nation occupying one's own country.
a person who collaborates
Etymology: From collaborateur.
an associate in labor, especially in literary or scientific labor
Etymology: [L. collaborare to labor together; col- + laborare to labor: cf. F. collaborateur.]
Collaborator is an alternate history novel by Murray Davies, published as a hardcover on 19 September 2003 and released in paperback in the United Kingdom and the United States in September 2004. The novel is set in a Nazi-occupied Great Britain in 1940 and 1941. It chronicles life during this period primarily through the experiences of Nick Penny, the collaborator of the novel's title.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kol-ab′ō-rā-tor, Collaborateur, kol-ab′ō-ra-tār, n. an associate or assistant in labour, particularly literary or scientific.—n. Collaborā′tion. [Coined from L. col, with, and laborāre, -ātum, to labour.]
The numerical value of collaborator in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of collaborator in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Jimmie was my teacher, mentor, close friend and collaborator for 26 years, i directed two of his feature films, including the recent 'Return of the Killer Shrews,' a sequel he co-wrote and was quite proud of as he had made the first one more than 50 years earlier.
Johnny Depp is a consummate professional, great collaborator and a supporter of other artists, he always treats the crew and people around him with the utmost respect. Movies can be stressful, and nonevents often become exaggerated. We all love stories — there isn’t one here.
I thought of him as an innovator, as somebody who brought new ideas, and also as a collaborator.
Finally, I want to thank my best friend, my favorite collaborator, my wife Jessica.
I like to do things the right way, and having these people around gives me all the resources I need, i don’t have to be the smartest tool in the shed. I’m a collaborator. If you outsource, I think you’re giving up control to firms who aren’t necessarily looking out for your interests as much.
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