(C1 形容詞) ​involving two or more people working together for a special purpose // 共同の, 合作の, 協力的な // “The presentation was a collaborative effort by all the children in the class” // “The new plan was a collaborative effort by everyone in the department” // (Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary)


(A2 動詞) to give somebody a job to do for payment // 〈人〉雇う, 雇い入れる // “We employ 16 full-time staff” // “Mark is currently employed as a Professor of Linguistics” // (Oxford Learner’s Dictionary)


(B1 名詞) a legal agreement between two people or organizations, especially one that involves doing work for a particular amount of money // 契約 // “I don’t remember signing a contract” // “Your contract will set out the terms of your employment” // (Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary)


(B2 名詞) a list of items to be discussed at a meeting // 協議事項, 議題, 議事日程表 // “We have a very full agenda of issues to discuss” // “An 18-point agenda was drawn up for the meeting” // (Oxford Learner’s Dictionary)


(B1 名詞) a political organization that you can vote for in elections and whose members have the same aims and ideas // 政党 // “Do you belong to a political party?” // “When did Trump join the Republican Party?” // (Oxford Learner’s Dictionary)


(B2 動詞) to be a candidate in an election for a political position, especially in the US // 立候補する // “Obama ran a second time in 2012” // “Hilary Clinton ran for president in 2016″ // (Oxford Learner’s Dictionary)


(B1 動詞) to show your choice or opinion in an election or meeting by marking on an official piece of paper or putting your hand up // 投票をする // “Who did you vote for?” // “Only people over 18 are eligible to vote” // (Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary)


(B1 名詞) the process of choosing a person or a group of people for a position, especially a political position, by voting // 選挙, 投票 // “Elections will be held later this year” // “The prime minister may decide to call an early election” // (Oxford Learner’s Dictionary)