collegiality
noun Date: 1887 the cooperative relationship of colleagues; specifically the participation of bishops in the government of the Roman Catholic Church in collaboration with the pope

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • collegiality — [kə lē΄jē al′ə tē] n. 1. the sharing of authority among colleagues 2. R.C.Ch. the principle that authority is shared by the pope and the bishops 3. considerate and respectful conduct among colleagues or an atmosphere, relationship, etc.… …   English World dictionary

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  • collegiality — /keuh lee jee al i tee, gee /, n. cooperative interaction among colleagues. [1885 90; COLLEGIAL + ITY] * * * ▪ Christianity       in various Christian denominations, especially Roman Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Eastern Orthodoxy, the view that… …   Universalium

  • collegiality —    A style of decision making conducted on a genuinely collective basis. Usually applied to Cabinet government, it means that all ministers can have a chance to express their views prior to a decision being taken by which they can all abide.… …   Glossary of UK Government and Politics

  • collegiality — I. kəˌlējēˈaləd.ē, ətē noun ( es) Etymology: French collégial of a colleague (from Middle French, from Latin collegialis) + English ity …   Useful english dictionary

  • collegiality — noun power and authority that is shared among peers, especially the sharing of collegiate power among Roman Catholic bishops. See Also: collegiate, colleague …   Wiktionary

  • collegiality — n. cooperative work between colleagues …   English contemporary dictionary

  • collegiality — col·le·gi·al·i·ty …   English syllables

  • collegiality —  Коллегиальность …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • collegiality — col•le•gi•al•i•ty [[t]kəˌli dʒiˈæl ɪ ti, gi [/t]] n. cvb cooperative interaction among colleagues • Etymology: 1885–90 …   From formal English to slang

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