cooperate


cooperate
I verb act in concert, act jointly, act together, adiuvare, ally, amalgamate, associate, be a party to, cabal, coact, cofunction, collaborate, collude, combine, combine forces, concert, concord, concur, confederate, conjoin, connive, conspire, contribute, cowork, federate, fraternize, go along with, go into partnership, join forces, join in, join with, league, lend one's support to, lend oneself to, make an agreement with, make common cause with, partake in, participate, pool, pull together, rally round, share in, side with, stand together, take part in, take part with, unite ones efforts, unite with, work as a team, work side by side with, work together II index abide, agree (comply), agree (contract), combine (act in concert), concur (agree), conduce, connive, consolidate (unite), conspire, contribute (assist), espouse, federalize (associate), help, involve (participate), join (associate oneself with), observe (obey), participate, promote (organize), reciprocate, serve (assist), unite

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  • cooperate — UK US (UK also co operate) /kəʊˈɒpəreɪt/ verb [I] ► to agree to work with another company, organization, or country in order to achieve something: »Large corporations have a duty to cooperate in order to protect the environment. cooperate (with… …   Financial and business terms

  • cooperate — or co operate [kō äp′ər āt΄] vi. cooperated, cooperating [< LL cooperatus, pp. of cooperari, to work together < L co , with + operari, to work < opus (gen. operis), work: see OPUS] 1. to act or work together with another or others for a… …   English World dictionary

  • Cooperate — Co*[ o]p er*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Co[ o]perated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Co[ o]perating}.] [L. co[ o]peratus, p. p. of co[ o]perari to co[ o]perate; co + operari to work, opus work. See {Operate}.] To act or operate jointly with another or others;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cooperate — (v.) also co operate, c.1600, from L.L. cooperatus, pp. of cooperari to work together with (see COOPERATION (Cf. cooperation)). Related: Cooperated; cooperating …   Etymology dictionary

  • cooperate — conjoin, *unite, combine Analogous words: coincide, *agree, concur Antonyms: counteract Contrasted words: *neutralize, negative: *nullify, negate, annul …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • cooperate — is now the preferred spelling, without a hyphen and without a diaeresis on the second o. See co …   Modern English usage

  • cooperate — [v] aid, assist abet, advance, agree, back up, band, befriend, be in cahoots*, chip in, coadjute, coincide, collaborate, combine, comply with, concert, concur, conduce, conspire, contribute, coordinate, espouse, forward, further, go along with,… …   New thesaurus

  • cooperate — (also co operate) ► VERB 1) work jointly towards the same end. 2) comply with a request. DERIVATIVES cooperant noun cooperation noun cooperator noun. ORIGIN Latin cooperari work together …   English terms dictionary

  • cooperate — co|op|e|rate also co operate BrE [kəuˈɔpəreıt US kouˈa:p ] v [Date: 1500 1600; : Late Latin; Origin: , past participle of cooperari, from [i]Latin co ( CO ) + operari to work ] 1.) to work with someone else to achieve something that you both want …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cooperate */ — UK [kəʊˈɒpəreɪt] / US [koʊˈɑpəˌreɪt] verb [intransitive] Word forms cooperate : present tense I/you/we/they cooperate he/she/it cooperates present participle cooperating past tense cooperated past participle cooperated 1) to work with other… …   English dictionary


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