1.N-COUNT同事；同僚Your colleagues are the people you work with, especially in a professional job.
Without consulting his colleagues he flew from Lisbon to Split...
A colleague urged him to see a psychiatrist, but Faulkner refused.
She's a colleague of mine.
A colleague organises a monthly meeting for half a dozen entrepreneurs.
To help your esteemed colleague.
She's your colleague?
I know she's a colleague.
1.N-COUNT（尤指同一工作或项目上的）同事，同僚Your co-workers are the people you work with, especially people on the same job or project as you.
That crush you have on your co-worker?
My co-worker brags all day long.
Find at least one co-worker who is generally upbeat to hang around.
You become friends with the sexy co-worker and decide to carpool to work together.
When I started the job, a certain male co-worker caught my eye.
1.N-COUNT同事；工友Your workmates are the people you work with.
My workmates, and, even more, the management, didn't want me to leave.
Men were particularly vulnerable after a workmate's suicide.
Maybe I should have told that workmate.
I've sometimes wondered whether to say anything to my manager, but have decided not to as I like my workmate and don't want to make a fuss.
Workmate and boy, and busy.
Do you tangle with your new workmate?