com-=together,with,wholly 变化型 co-,col-,comb-,con-,cor-,coun-
n person with whom one works, esp in a profession or business 同事; 同僚
*the Prime Minister's Cabinet colleagues 首相的内阁同僚
* David is a colleague of mine/David and I are colleagues. 戴维是我的同事[戴维和我是同事].
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin: collègue, from Latin collega, from com- ( COM-) + legare 'to choose for a particular job']
someone you work with, used especially by professional people
a colleague of mine from the bank
She discussed the idea with some of her colleagues.
1. When I casually mentioned to a colleague that I was looking into skin cream that claimed to beat back the destruction that comes with age, her worries poured out. 我无意中向同事提起我正调查那种自称可以消除岁月之痕的护肤霜时，她向我倾吐烦恼。
2. His colleague picked up the phone at a table behind them. 他的同事拿起身后桌上的电话。
3. After winning her council seat, she declined a spot on the education and social services committee after a colleague called it "a woman's committee". 在赢得市议会席位之后，她拒绝了被同事称为"女人委员会"的教育及社会服务委员会的职位，
4. One night, the gaoler decided to play a joke on his colleague to find out if, 一天晚上，狱卒决定与他的同事开一个玩笑，