cooperate[ koh-op-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF cooperate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COOPERATE
They could do almost everything except communicate and cooperate.
Now we ought always to cooperate with the lead of the best, which is law.
I must really ask you to cooperate; I believe you fully capable.
I would like you to cooperate fully with Mr. Beardsley's line of approach.
Tell how a scout may cooperate with the board of health in preventing disease.
I'll cooperate, not to help you, but to help the fatherland.
That means they must have a governor, to cooperate with the military garrison.
The people are directed to cooperate; kill them all, men, women and children.
Of course the Union was not about to cooperate in this potential race suicide.
A life form that you can live with or cooperate with is called medvirk.