Collab vs Cooperate - What's the difference?

collab | cooperate |


As a noun collab

is (informal) a collaboration (especially a work produced by several musicians who do not usually work together).

As a verb cooperate is

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collab

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (informal) A collaboration (especially a work produced by several musicians who do not usually work together).
  • cooperate

    English

    Alternative forms

    * co-operate (UK), (uncommon)

    Verb

    (cooperat)
  • To work or act together, especially for a common purpose or benefit.
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  • To allow for mutual unobstructed action
  • To function in harmony, side by side
  • To engage in economic cooperation.
  • Usage notes

    The usual pronunciation of 'oo' is /u?/ or /?/. The dieresis in the spelling emphasizes that the second o begins a separate syllable. However, the dieresis is becoming increasingly rare in US English typography, so the spelling cooperate predominates. See also .

    Synonyms

    * to coact * make common cause

    References

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