co-operated[ koh-op-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF co-operated
Synonyms for co-operated
- reach out
- get across
- get the message
- keep in touch
- touch base
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CO-OPERATED
As in the case of our own psychic, Mrs. Smiley co-operated to the utmost with us.
The things of the mind on which all nations have co-operated in the past will re-assert their sway.
These were at the first associations of manufacturers who co-operated to maintain prices.
They were all greatly rejoiced, and co-operated in restoring the vihara.
I went and co-operated so far as to form one of that lady's audience.
Our relations have been cordial, and we have co-operated in all movements.
He was an efficient assistant of the latter, and co-operated with him in oppressing the other boys.
He and his officers had co-operated with them in rounding up the Smugglers' Reef gang.
With these pious consolations Julia's pride and self-respect now co-operated.
The sculptor Franois Jacques seems to have co-operated therewith.