(n.) = associate ; member ; partner ; insider ; business partner ; business associate ; sidekick ; season ticket holder ; ticket book holder. Ex: A collaborator is a person who works with one or more associates to produce a work. Ex: Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members. Ex: Under this agreement, UTLAS has a Quebec partner with the exclusive right to offer UTLAS' services and products in that province. Ex: All libraries, particularly those with rare book or manuscript collections, should take steps to minimise insider thefts. Ex: The article 'Howdy partner' considers ways in which the Internet can be used as an ideal medium for bringing together people from around the world as business partners. Ex: Jackie Chan's long-time business associates have dismissed speculations that they have ended their partnership with the actor. Ex: Her sidekick and confidante is Gabrielle, the rightful queen of the Amazons who abdicated her throne in order to join Xena. Ex: They know season ticket holders are willing to fork out the extra cash, because you never want to miss out on the excitement of a playoff run. Ex: Ticket book holders now receive discounted fares to alternate destinations. ---- * campaña de captación de socios = membership drive. * carnet de socio = membership card. * hacerse socio de la biblioteca = join + a library. * no socio = unaffiliated ; non-member [nonmember]. * socio comercial = trading partner ; business associate. * socio con derecho a voto = voting member. * socio corporativo = corporate partner. * socio correspondiente = corresponding member. * socio institucional = institutional member. * socios = membership. * socio vitalicio = life member. (n.) = membership. Ex: CAG's membership consists basically of representatives from each of the British library co-operative.