Definition of workmate in English:

workmate

noun

British
  • A person with whom one works.

    • ‘Your victim could be the workmate with whom you shared a sandwich from your lunchbox.’
    • ‘Commitment to workmates and friends also acquires a diminished significance.’
    • ‘Raise the conference among your workmates and colleagues, and urge them to sign up for the conference.’
    • ‘Get tickets produced to sell to your workmates, friends and neighbours.’
    • ‘Isolate yourself from your workmates and friends, and you'll avoid this.’
    • ‘When Mr Baker lost his footing and fell, it started running for a few seconds until a workmate pressed an emergency stop button.’
    • ‘And she said they were all glad they had gone ahead - cheered on by friends, family and workmates.’
    • ‘The group of staff will be supported by friends and workmates from Woodlands.’
    • ‘Arriving back at my desk, I discover I have a second workmate who will be sitting with Ben and myself.’
    • ‘Her true identity is a secret from her new friends and workmates.’
    • ‘Tell your friends and workmates about it, and ask them to come.’
    • ‘People didn't just want to sign, they wanted copies to take away and use with their friends and workmates.’
    • ‘I ask you, your friends, family and workmates to join us in doing that.’
    • ‘You've probably had rows with all sorts of people, from your own parents to workmates and friends.’
    • ‘It's fine to complain to your friends, workmates or perfect strangers.’
    • ‘He enjoyed swimming and going to the gym, and was popular with workmates and his many friends.’
    • ‘Family and friends, workmates and business contacts got together for a party at New Year.’
    • ‘All his family, workmates, friends and neighbours celebrated his big night.’
    • ‘It was great for me because in addition to having lots of family and friends and workmates there to give me a cheer, the public really got behind me.’
    • ‘Still, it was great to catch up with so many old friends and workmates.’
    companion, boon companion, bosom friend, best friend, close friend, intimate, confidante, confidant, familiar, soul mate, alter ego, second self, shadow, playmate, playfellow, classmate, schoolmate, workmate, ally, comrade, associate
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Pronunciation:

workmate

/ˈwərkˌmāt/