associate


associate
Synonyms and related words:
Greek, abettor, accessory, accompany, accomplice, accord, accouple, accumulate, ace, acquaintance, act in concert, act together, affiliate, affiliate with, affiliated, affiliation, agglutinate, agree, alliance, allied, ally, alter ego, amalgamate, amass, amigo, analogon, analogue, appearance, apply, articulate, assemble, assistant, assistant professor, associate, associate professor, associate with, associated, association, assort with, attend, axis, band, band together, be acquainted with, be friends, be in cahoots, be in league, be inseparable, bedfellow, bedmate, belonger, bind, blend, bloc, bond, bosom buddy, bracket, bridge, bridge over, brother, brother-in-arms, brotherhood, buddy, bunch, bunch up, bunkie, bunkmate, butty, cabal, cahoots, camarade, card-carrier, card-carrying member, cardholder, cement, cement a union, centralize, chain, chamberfellow, charter member, chum, chum together, chum with, circuit, clap together, classmate, clique, clique with, close copy, close match, club, club together, clubber, clubman, clubwoman, coact, coaction, coadunate, coalesce, coalition, cognate, cohort, coincide, collaborate, collaboration, collaborator, colleague, collect, collude, comate, combination, combine, come into, come together, committeeman, companion, company, compatriot, compeer, complement, comprise, comrade, concatenate, concert, concomitant, concord, concur, confederate, conference, confidant, confidante, confrere, congenator, congener, conglobulate, congress, conjoin, conjugate, conjunction, connect, connect with, connection, connive, connotation, consociate, consolidate, consort, consort with, conspire, conventioneer, conventioner, conventionist, conviviality, cooperate, cooperation, coordinate, copartner, copulate, correlate, correlative, correspond, correspondent, cotton to, counterpart, couple, couple with, cover, creep in, crony, do business with, draw a parallel, dues-paying member, embrace, emeritus, encompass, enlist, enlistee, enroll, enrollee, enter, equate, equivalent, faction, familiar, fantasy, federalize, federate, federation, fellow, fellow student, fellowship, flock together, fraternity, fraternity man, fraternize, fraternize with, friend, fuse, gaiety, gang, gang up, gather, get heads together, get into, get together, girl friend, glue, go along with, go in partners, go in partnership, go into, go partners, go with, gossip, guild, guildsman, hang around with, hang out with, hang together, happen together, harmonize, herd together, hint, hit it off, hobnob with, hold together, honorary member, hook up, hook up with, hookup, identify, illusion, image, implication, include, initiate, insider, instructor, interest, interrelate, intimate, join, join forces, join fortunes with, join in, join in fellowship, join together, join up, join up with, join with, joiner, joviality, keep company with, keep together, kindred spirit, knot, know, lay together, league, league together, league with, leaguer, lecturer, life member, like, likeness, link, loop, lump together, machine, make common cause, marry, marshal, mass, match, mate, member, merge, messmate, mingle, mingle with, mirage, mix, mix with, mobilize, near duplicate, obverse, old crony, one of us, order, organization, organize, overtone, pair, pair off, pal, pal up with, pal with, parallel, parallelize, pard, pardner, partner, partnership, pendant, picture, piece together, play ball, playfellow, playmate, pledge, professor, professor emeritus, pull together, put heads together, put together, reader, reciprocal, reciprocate, relate, relativize, retired professor, ring, roll into one, roommate, run in couples, run with, schoolfellow, schoolmate, second self, secondary, sect, see, shipmate, side partner, sidekick, sign on, sign up, similitude, simulacrum, sister, sneak in, sociability, society, socius, sodality, solder, sorority girl, sorority woman, sort with, soul mate, span, splice, stand together, stand up with, stick together, subsidiary, such, suchlike, suggestion, sympathizer, synchronize, synergize, take in, take out membership, take up membership, take up with, tally, tape, team up, team up with, team with, teammate, teamwork, the like of, the likes of, throw in together, throw in with, tie, tie in, tie in with, tie up, tie up with, tie-up, togetherness, tutor, twin, undertone, unify, union, unionize, unite, unite efforts, unite with, vision, visiting professor, wait on, wed, weld, wheel, wing, work together, workfellow, yoke, yokefellow, yokemate

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  • associate — associate; dis·associate; re·associate; …   English syllables

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  • associate — ► VERB 1) connect in the mind. 2) frequently meet or have dealings. 3) (be associated with or associate oneself with) be involved with. ► NOUN 1) a work partner or colleague. 2) a person with su …   English terms dictionary