co-operation[ koh-op-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF co-operation
Synonyms for co-operation
- helping hand
Antonyms for co-operation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CO-OPERATION
The guns were always active, and their co-operation with the infantry was perfected.
Lysander was not deaf to their persuasions, and by his co-operation their request was granted.
Cyrus recognises the ideal principle of co-operation and collective ownership.
Co-operation is the open sesame to the economic life of the future.
Our main attack was made in co-operation with the French offensive on our right.
If it were not for their co-operation I could not get a hearing before the public.
I will do all I can, but I can not do it without the co-operation of each of you.
We are most of us married, and all of us have the co-operation of our husbands and fathers.
"That's what I say, father," said Tom, who desired to obtain his father's co-operation.
Such an effort demanded the co-operation of every right-feeling man.