同僚って英語でなんて言うの?

学校のemailではcolleagueとよく送られてきますが、coworkerとの違いを教えてください。
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2017/11/05 10:03
英訳例
  • A colleague = one member of a group of people you work with (pronounced as 'ka-lig')

  • Co-worker = someone you work with, especially if they are at the same level as you or if they do a similar job as you

  • Workmate = a person you work with (mate = partner or friend)

A fellow worker = a FELLOW is someone who has the same job, interests or does a similar activity as you...example = fellow player, fellow soldier, fellow student, etc.
An associate = someone you are closely connected with such as a business partner, a friend, etc
A partner, co-partner, collaborator are also used, depending on the situation.
Mariashanti DMM英語講師
英訳例
  • Workmate

  • Fellow employee

  • Associate

Generally, a collegue would be someone who is employed by the same employer as you, though possibly in a completely different role. You could also call this person a 'fellow employee.' A co-worker, however, is normally someone working in the same company and also in a similar role to yourself. Another name for such person is 'workmate.'
An 'associate' is someone who you are associated with at work, possibly in a higher or lower position than yourself.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
英訳例
  • work associate

  • Someone I work with

Both of these words are similar and can be used to describe someone you work with. However, you
can also use colleague to describe a fellow student or someone else you may study or spend time
with. Although it is a formal word.
Beke DMM英語講師

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