Definition for "co-opt"
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- To elect as a fellow person in an organization.
- To appoint summarily.
- To take or believe for your own usage; appropriate: co-opted the criticism by adopting it.
- To counteract or conquer (a completely independent minority, for instance) through absorption into a recognised team or culture: co-opt rebels giving them roles of authority.
- to select or elect together with another.
- to select or elect as a colleague or fellow member of friends.
- To absorb (an inferior team) into a larger group.
- To convince an opponent to join one's very own side.
- To appoint summarily (with or without appointee's consent).
- To correct (anything rightly belonging to another) as you's very own; to preempt.
- To elect as a fellow member of a group, such as a committee.
- To commandeer, appropriate or take over.
- To absorb or assimilate into a proven team.
- neutralize or conquer through absorption into a proven group
- appoint summarily or commandeer
- take or believe for one's own use
- choose or elect as a fellow member or colleague
- To choose conjointly; elect; choose by joint choice; particularly, to elect to membership in a committee, board, or society because of the selection of its existing users.