Collaborator

[film] ==Plot== Donovan also stars in the film, portraying a once-successful playwright, Robert Longfellow, who is taken hostage by an [ex-con] neighbor while on a routine visit to his childhood home. Two-time Emmy-nominee David Morse plays Gus (the neighbor); a man Robert has avoided since he was a boy. The film also stars Olivia Williams;
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collaborator

[n] - someone who collaborates with an enemy occupying force 2. [n] - an associate who works with others toward a common goal
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Collaborator

Col·lab'o·ra`tor noun [ Latin collaborare to labor together; col- + laborare to labor: confer French collaborateur .] An associate in labor, especially in literary or scientific labor.
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collaborator

cooperator noun an associate who works with others toward a common goal; `the musician and the librettist were collaborators`
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collaborator

quisling noun someone who collaborates with an enemy occupying force
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collaborator

partner in crime noun someone who assists in a plot
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Collaborator

• (n.) An associate in labor, especially in literary or scientific labor.
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collaborator

collaborator, collaborators 1. Working together; such as, to produce books. 2. An associate who works with others toward a common goal. 3. Someone who collaborates with an enemy occupying force. 4. Anyone who assists in a plot. 5. A person who works with someone else for a special purpose.
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collaborator

  1. someone who assists in a plot
  2. an associate who works with others toward a common goal

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Collaborator

[novel] Collaborator is an alternate history novel by Murray Davies, published as a hardcover on 19 September 2003 and released in paperback in the United Kingdom and the United States in September 2004. The novel is set in a Nazi-occupied Great Britain in 1940 and 1941. It chronicles life during this period primarily through the experience
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