Colleague в новостях
|colleague and friend||Коллега и друг|
|former colleague||Бывший коллега|
|friend and colleague||Друг и коллега|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Derek Chauvin: Despite murder charge, FBI inquiry could be more serious for ex-officers in George Floyd killing, experts say →
Law enforcement officers accused of killing people often end up on lesser charges, experts say – but potential federal charges of violating Mr Floyd's civil rights could have even more serious consequences for Derek Chauvin and his former colleagues
· London doesn't always know best: how the north is choosing its own pace out of lockdown →
“A colleague sent me an ad for the Barnard Castle Eye Test beer, the one that BrewDog has brought out,” says the Durham-based teacher.
· The eyes have it: communication and face masks →
I have spent years passing colleagues along corridors, all of us flashing a smile then hastily looking down lest awkwardness should arise.
· English sport to return behind closed doors in June after government green light →
I’ve been talking to my French colleagues, they told me it’s a little bit of a hindrance, it’s stopping your air-flow, but I’m getting my body used to it and I have no problem at all.”
The New York Times
· Live SpaceX NASA Launch Updates →
The astronauts are Robert L. Behnken and Douglas G. Hurley, who have been friends and colleagues since both were selected by NASA to be astronauts in 2000.
· 'Leading without inhibition': Inside the Berejiklian government's rush to reopen →
While she was hard at work, her Australian colleagues were at home receiving the federal government's JobKeeper payment.
· Starting a new job working from home is another level of ‘remote’ →
He is yet to spend a day in the office, or meet any colleagues face-to-face.
· Lenovo’s smart clock that can display your Google Photos library is only $40 →
A soundbar that can act as a streaming device sounds too good to be true, and my colleague Jon Porter found in his review that JBL’s execution has more than a few faults.
· George Floyd protests: What sparked clashes across US – and what happens next? →
Protestors have demanded his three former colleagues who stood and watched throughout – all now dismissed from the Minneapolis Police Department – should also be criminally investigated.
The Japan Times
· Not just another day at the office: Rethinking Japan’s business culture amid the COVID-19 pandemic →
The explosive popularity of online drinking parties during the state of emergency suggests that socializing with colleagues and clients, a practice so embedded in the fabric of Japanese work life that it gave rise to the term “nomunication” — a portmanteau of the Japanese verb “nomu” (to drink) and the English “communication”— is likely to survive in one form or another.