co-operating[ koh-op-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF co-operating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CO-OPERATING
But the time was past for her co-operating for the welfare of that realm.
They think they're saving the world; they think we're co-operating with them.
There is a possibility of resisting, and there is a possibility of co-operating.
Watson had told him that Robert's interests were co-operating with him.
The Roman fleet under Octavius was co-operating with the army.
They are, therefore, destitute of his favour, and of all the honour of co-operating with him.
It was not long before the Butlers had an opportunity of co-operating with Grey.
The Government of India was co-operating to some extent in such work.
Our commander had, I presume, been co-operating with General Butler in this business.
Co-operating with Mr. Calhoun's friends, they were against his election.