collegial definition

  • adjective:
    • described as or having power and expert vested equally among colleagues: "He . . . likes a collegial balance that'll present him with a consensus in the issues” ( Time).
    • Roman Catholic Church Characterized by the equal sharing of power on the list of bishops.
    • Of, associated with, described as, or likened to college life; collegiate: collegial traditions like homecoming.
    • of, concerning, or ruled by peers
    • ruled by bishops having equal energy
    • of or concerning a college or its pupils; collegiate
    • possessing adherence to your ethos, standards and conduct that govern behavior among colleagues within confirmed organization or career
    • characterized by or having expert vested equally among colleagues
    • of or resembling or typical of a college or college students
    • Characterized by or having power and expert vested equally among colleagues: "He . . . prefers a collegial balance that will present him with a consensus in the problems” ( Time).
    • Roman Catholic Church Characterized by the equal sharing of energy on the list of bishops.
    • Of, relating to, characterized by, or likened to college life; collegiate: collegial traditions like homecoming.
    • of, associated with, or ruled by colleagues
    • ruled by bishops having equal energy
    • of or relating to a college or its students; collegiate
    • possessing adherence on ethos, criteria and conduct that govern behavior among peers within a given business or profession
    • described as or having authority vested equally among peers
    • of or resembling or typical of a college or college students
  • noun:
    • Collegiate.
    • Collegiate.
  • others:
    • with respect to a college, or an organized human anatomy of men appointed to perform any function, as contrasted with someone: since, a collegial system of judges; a collegial verdict.
    • associated with a college; collegiate.
    • Eccles., obtaining the personality of a collegium, or voluntary system with no commitment into the condition. See collegium, collegialism.
    • Pertaining to a college, or an organized body of men appointed to do any purpose, as compared with someone: as, a collegial system of judges; a collegial decision.
    • regarding a college; collegiate.
    • Eccles., getting the character of a collegium, or voluntary assembly without any commitment towards state. See collegium, collegialism.

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