- n.同事; 同僚; 同行;
- 复数: colleagues;
a colleague of mine from the office
He was fired from his job after roughing up a colleague.
He had been invited to sup with a colleague and his wife.
A colleague made unwelcome sexual advances towards her.
He had allegedly tried to proposition a colleague.
A colleague of mine in Milan devised the following very clever little experiment.
The constable received a distress call, and saw two youths attacking his colleague.
He is leaving his north London business in the hands of a colleague.
He grimaced and looked narrowly at his colleague.
This is my colleague, Mr Arnold Landon.
I hesitated, not wanting to tell tales about my colleague.
Government ministers have been responding to the challenge thrown down by their former colleague.
A jealous colleague could spread scandalous gossip about you.
A colleague urged him to see a psychiatrist, but Faulkner refused.
He'd had a steamy affair with an office colleague.
"You'll find that everybody will try and help their colleague."— 'Yeah. There's a lot of that.'
His discovery extinguished the achievements of his colleague.
He is a colleague of mine.
Heand his colleague Ingrid Storm looked at liberals and conservatives ( in theAmerican senses of the words ).
他与他的同事英格里德·斯道姆对自由主义者和保守主义者 ( 美国人的语言方式 ) 进行了观察.
This is Mr. Zhang Lihua, my former schoolmate. This is my colleague , Miss Li Ming.
His incompetent colleague was axed as a warning to other employees.
It may take time but one candidate surely will emerge as the best colleague and researcher.
Have a harmonious cooperation with colleague and working for the company.
There is no place for white collar to relax and chat with colleague and friends.
My colleague is an award winning journalist.
He was too embarrassed to bring it up in front of the colleague.
May I invite my colleague Mr. Johnson next time?
下次我可以邀请我的同事约翰逊来 吗 ?
Wave: About this, you must go to ask your China's colleague.
波: 关于这个, 你得去问你们中国的同仁.
Now, my colleague and I would like to take questions.
Solving time hair on the problem, use mind on unitive colleague.
In general, Salthouse and his colleagues found, certain aspects of cognition ( ' , 认知能力) generally started to decline in the late 20s to 30s.
Getting along well with colleagues.
Researchers who share get plenty of personal benefits, including more connections with colleagues, improved visibility and increased citations.
Perlow calls this vicious cycle the cycle of responsiveness: Once bosses and colleagues experience an employee's increased responsiveness, they increase their demands on the employee's time.
Moen and her colleagues may have found the solution.
In the paper, he and his colleagues used the example of cystic fibrosis, which is underdiagnosed in people of African ancestry because it is thought of as a white disease.
In a study published last year, psychologists coined the term workplace telepressure to describe an employee's urge to immediately respond to emails and engage in obsessive thoughts about returning an email to one's boss, colleagues or clients.
And I’m going to pick a definition from a former colleague, Robert Sternberg, who is now the dean at Tufts University, but was here on our faculty at Yale for nearly 30 years.
My colleagues and I are studying something called augmented reality (a field of computer research dealing with the combination of real-world and virtual reality)," said Christopher Dede, professor in learning technologies at Harvard University, "Alien Contact," for example, is an exercise developed for middle-school students who use hand-held devices that can determine their location.
Instead of protecting speech and encouraging diversity and innovative thinking, the tenure system often stifles(压制)them: younger professors must win the approval of established colleagues for tenure, encouraging like-mindedness and sometimes inhibiting the free flow of ideas.
creates conflicts among colleagues
A prime example Schweitzer and his colleagues cite is the 2004 collapse of energy-trading giant Enron, where managers used financial incentives to motivate salesmen to meet specific revenue goals.
For instance, Robertson and colleagues found that males who were more traditionally masculine were more emotionally expressive in a structured exercise than when they were simply asked to talk about their emotions.
Indeed, the Obama effect can be surprisingly immediate and powerful, as Ray Friedman of Vanderbilt University and his colleagues discovered.
In their experiments, Ray Friedman and his colleagues found that Obama's success impacted blacks' performance in language tests
At office meetings and in group discussions, they might speak up more often, express strong opinions and come up with more creative and practical ideas than their male colleagues.
For example, in research with 3920 college students, Doctor Snyder and his colleagues found that the level of hope among freshmen at the beginning of their first semester was a more accurate predictor of their college grades, than were their SAT scores or their grade point averages in high school, the two measures most commonly used to predict college performance.
Callie Babbitt and her colleagues at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York tracked the environmental costs for each product throughout its life – from when its minerals are mined to when we stop using the device.
2018年高考英语全国卷I 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
He and a Penn colleague analyzed the "most e-mailed" list for six months.
2016年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
My work colleague adjusted to my taking off at a moment's notice for medical emergencies.
2015年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
No one had seen them for hours, and my colleagues and I were worried.
2018年高考英语全国卷3 语法填空 原文
This educational method was first observed in 2012 by Sonia Kleindorfer, a biologist at flinders university in south Australia, and her colleagues.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
When the car's owner John anderson and his colleague Carol Lawrence returned to the car-which was itself worth ￡35, 000—in Glasgow city centre, they were shocked to find two policemen standing next to it.
2018年高考英语北京卷 完形填空 原文
Yet it is precisely these non-celebrity influentials who,according to the two-step-flow theory,are supposed to drive social epidemics by influcencing their friends and colleagues directly.
Russell Gray at the University of Auckland and his colleagues consider the evolution of grammars in the light of two previous attempts to find universality in language.
Gray and his colleagues have put them to the test by examining four family trees that between them represent more than 2,000 languages.
That’s because Congress has always envisioned joint federal-state immigration enforcement and explicitly encourages state officers to share information and cooperate with federal colleagues.
If you’re not sure, ask for honest feedback from trusted friends, colleagues and professionals.
1. an associate you work with
2. a person who is member of your class or profession;
"the surgeon consulted his colleagues"
"he sent e-mail to his fellow hackers"
associate, companion, comrade, colleague, fellow, partner