co-worker vs coworker

co-worker coworker

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative spelling of coworker.
  • 2) One who works with another; a coöperator.

Definitions

  • 1) Somebody with whom one works; a companion or workmate.
  • 2) One who works with another; a fellow worker.

Examples

  • 1) Friends and co-workers come up with some good ideas to complement those you have already.
  • 2) Family and co-workers will not be impacted by the inexplicable.
  • 3) Your co-workers and your boss have also had the opportunity.
  • 4) He told all their friends and co-workers that he was going to propose in Edinburgh during the festival.
  • 5) Instead of making himself look good, his reputation was badly damaged with his boss and his co-workers.
  • 6) Find a friend or co-worker to exercise together with or to keep your exercise diary with so that you can inspire each other to keep at it.
  • 7) Take some time to think about all your relationships, from lovers and family to your business unions with friends and co-workers.
  • 8) The key to your success is to ensure your originality shines through, so try to avoid unnecessary complications with friends or co-workers.
  • 9) MORE than a third of people who go back to work after cancer say that they experience some sort of discrimination from their boss or co-workers.
  • 10) Any joy or pleasure you get today comes primarily from your friends and co-workers, who are doing their utmost to support your plans and ideas.
  • 11) She called her co-worker, who met her at the store and let her inside, leaving the door unlocked.
  • 12) On an April day in 2009, a Texas man called a co-worker and told him to take a half dozen mounted white-tailed deer and antlers and ȁC;get them out of here.ȁD;
  • 13) On an April day in 2009, a Texas man called a co-worker and told him to take a half dozen mounted white-tailed deer and antlers and "get them out of here."
  • 14) David Lindorf wrapped up the essence of the article well in his Counterpunch.com piece published October 18: “Without outright calling their co-worker a liar and a shill for the Bush administration’s war marketing campaign, they left almost no doubt in the reader’s mind not only that this was in fact what she was, but that the Times’ senior management and many of her colleagues at the paper thought exactly the same thing.”
  • 15) Furthermore, that someone is likely to be more than a passing acquaintance, but rather a co-worker, a close friend, a spouse, or a child.
  • 16) We suspect that religiously based ties are morally freighted in a way that most secular ties are not, so that pleas for good works giving, volunteering, joining a reform movement, serving as a leader in some civic organization, and so forth seem more appropriate and weightier than comparable requests from a co-worker or someone you know from the gym.
  • 17) Her co-worker, Rich Juzwiak, rarely watches scripted TV, is a gorehound and became alerted to Martin's existence just recently, as he started researching this new swords-and-sandals well, boots series.
  • 18) ‘It's always fun to play some tricks on fellow friends, co-workers, and family members.’
  • 19) ‘Until the day he was injured, he says he was welcomed on the job by his co-workers and his company.’
  • 20) ‘She will also be sadly missed by all her cousins, aunts, uncles and many dear friends and co-workers.’
  • 21) ‘Soon it was time to see how audiences not made up of friends and co-workers would react to the band.’
  • 22) ‘The best part of the quiz is that you can send it to your co-workers and friends and find out how they rank as well.’
  • 23) ‘His commitment to the company and his co-workers is unquestioned, and above all, he fits into the group.’
  • 24) ‘It had cost her several longstanding friendships and had alienated co-workers.’
  • 25) ‘My family knows this, my friends know this, and some of my co-workers know this.’
  • 26) ‘Let us suppose you have some confidential information that you need to share with a co-worker.’
  • 27) ‘Not only did he get a bumper pay-rise, but he got a huge cash payout because his co-workers were discriminated against.’
  • 28) ‘One of my co-workers still calls me the wrong name almost every time he sees me.’
  • 29) ‘A few of my co-workers are planning to go to the store during lunch on opening day.’
  • 30) ‘Their platform offers coworkers the chance to book a variety of private meeting rooms adjacent to the free coworking spaces for a fee.’
  • 31) ‘Coworking spaces host a myriad of events for their coworkers.’
  • 32) ‘The greatest deterrent for companies considering the coworking route may be coworkers themselves.’
  • 33) ‘"Some coworkers expected to work in parallel whereas others expected to work in cooperation," he writes, noting different expectations for collaboration at coworking spaces.’
  • 34) ‘Independent and entrepreneurial, coworkers are essentially pioneering an entirely new way of working that conventional businesses often interpret as avant-garde.’

Examples

  • 1) Nobody even dared support a coworker in an argument.
  • 2) Almost half resort to approaching their coworker via online dating.
  • 3) The coworker, who was injured, is understood to have leapt into a tree.
  • 4) She called over a coworker.
  • 5) The next morning, the guy is in his office with two of his coworker pals.
  • 6) ‘It's always fun to play some tricks on fellow friends, co-workers, and family members.’
  • 7) ‘Until the day he was injured, he says he was welcomed on the job by his co-workers and his company.’
  • 8) ‘She will also be sadly missed by all her cousins, aunts, uncles and many dear friends and co-workers.’
  • 9) ‘Soon it was time to see how audiences not made up of friends and co-workers would react to the band.’
  • 10) ‘The best part of the quiz is that you can send it to your co-workers and friends and find out how they rank as well.’
  • 11) ‘His commitment to the company and his co-workers is unquestioned, and above all, he fits into the group.’
  • 12) ‘It had cost her several longstanding friendships and had alienated co-workers.’
  • 13) ‘My family knows this, my friends know this, and some of my co-workers know this.’
  • 14) ‘Let us suppose you have some confidential information that you need to share with a co-worker.’
  • 15) ‘Not only did he get a bumper pay-rise, but he got a huge cash payout because his co-workers were discriminated against.’
  • 16) ‘One of my co-workers still calls me the wrong name almost every time he sees me.’
  • 17) ‘A few of my co-workers are planning to go to the store during lunch on opening day.’
  • 18) ‘Their platform offers coworkers the chance to book a variety of private meeting rooms adjacent to the free coworking spaces for a fee.’
  • 19) ‘Coworking spaces host a myriad of events for their coworkers.’
  • 20) ‘The greatest deterrent for companies considering the coworking route may be coworkers themselves.’
  • 21) ‘"Some coworkers expected to work in parallel whereas others expected to work in cooperation," he writes, noting different expectations for collaboration at coworking spaces.’
  • 22) ‘Independent and entrepreneurial, coworkers are essentially pioneering an entirely new way of working that conventional businesses often interpret as avant-garde.’
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