cooperate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to get results or act together toward a standard end or function.
    • To acquiesce willingly; be compliant: asked the child to work and retire for the night.
    • to make a connection for typical, generally financial, benefit: When buyers cooperate, they can make big wholesale purchases at a discount.
    • to function or act together toward a standard end or purpose.
    • To acquiesce willingly; be certified: asked the little one to cooperate and retire for the night.
    • to create a connection for typical, often economic, advantage: When buyers cooperate, they could make large wholesale expenditures at a discount.
  • verb:
    • be effective or act collectively, particularly for a common function or advantage.
    • to accommodate shared unobstructed activity
    • to operate in balance, side by side
    • to take part in economic collaboration.
    • to function or work together, particularly for a standard function or benefit.
    • to accommodate mutual unobstructed action
    • to operate in equilibrium, side by side
    • To engage in economic collaboration.

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