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Some different? I appreciate it that you would give me an answer even if only mentioning a few words. co-worker coworker associate colleague colleague of mine from the office peer
Oct 30, 2016 6:38 AM
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Hello, Coworker is someone you work with. Colleague can be used for someone you work with, study on the same course with, or someone who works in the same field/job as you that you know on a professional level. Peer is someone you are equal to; either in the work place or at school Hope that answers your questions,
October 30, 2016
More or less synonyms, and as for hyphen or conjoined or separate, that is the way language transitions. Try googling for 'colleague' at thesaurus, then try looking around in ...
October 30, 2016
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