How do you spell colleague in America?

“Colleague.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster,

What is the plural of colleague?

colleague /ˈkɑːˌliːg/ noun. plural colleagues. colleague.

What’s the correct spelling of colleague?

A colleague is someone you work with or someone who’s in the same profession as you, especially a peer within that profession. Colleague can be a synonym for coworker, which is someone who has the same employer as you.

What do you call your colleagues?

Synonyms of coworker

  • associate,
  • colleague,
  • confrere.
  • (also confrère)

Does colleagues have an apostrophe?

You are correct, it should be colleague’s, as it is their email address you are asked to enter. Another way to phrase this would be Please enter the email address of a colleague; here the possessive is expressed through the of.

Can I call my classmates colleagues?

No it isn’t, unless you are a teacher at the college. Colleagues is word that refers to the people you work with. Classmates is a word which refers to people in your class, school, college or university.

What do you call work friends?

colleague Add to list Share. A colleague is someone you work with at your job.

How do you address a colleague in office?

In some cases, this may be through a simple first-name address, while in other cases it may be more appropriate to use the more formal “Mr.” or “Mrs.” In health care settings, doctors generally are addressed as “Dr.” rather than “Mr.” or “Mrs.,” unless specifically instructed to do otherwise.

Is coworker hyphenated?

That’s your Quick and Dirty Tip: Although in general, fewer and fewer English words are hyphenated with each style guide and dictionary update, most style guides still recommend hyphenating “co-worker,” except The Chicago Manual of Style, which writes it as one closed up word: “coworker.”

Are colleagues correct?

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