workmate

[ UK /wˈɜːkme‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a fellow worker
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How To Use workmate In A Sentence

  • Tell your friends and workmates about it, and ask them to come.
  • Isolate yourself from your workmates and friends, and you'll avoid this.
  • People didn't just want to sign, they wanted copies to take away and use with their friends and workmates.
  • Raise the conference among your workmates and colleagues, and urge them to sign up for the conference.
  • For most people, go-karting or BMX is something you might try with your friends or workmates as a weekend outing, just a bit of a laugh. Channel Four's Famous and Fearless was utterly pointless | Martin Kelner
  • The ‘Other’ was not at a distance but highly visible and touchable as a workmate, a neighbour or a friend with whom close contact was maintained both within and outside the mill.
  • Yes, that's right, the tables are turned in Germany and the person who is one year older is required to put up eats and drinks for her or his workmates.
  • But when playtime rolls around my workmates are eager to ply me with stiff drinks.
  • Get tickets produced to sell to your workmates, friends and neighbours.
  • Three workmates came to vocative him, and you know, they didn't like the man-eater's fad; wouldn't consonant to recognize his palette as ivan would then, this. Life is Life (or Ode to a great big idiot like Zizek)
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