cooperating

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Cooperating with them were some regular church organizations.

And whenever they are in action they are cooperating with external materials and energies.

He's an artist, but we beat him by cooperating to make machines.

Instead of cooperating with police, he went to work on his own.

"But you are not cooperating, Colonel Hampton," the psychiatrist complained.

I'm saying that they've got humans advising and cooperating with them!

He sent General Kearney with a cooperating force to this end.

Are there proofs that God's forces are cooperating with ours?

The secretary is desirous of cooperating with the membership committee in a campaign to increase the membership.

The British troops, as related in another chapter, were cooperating with the French at Mons.

WORD ORIGIN

also co-operate, c.1600, from Late Latin cooperatus, past participle of cooperari "to work together with" (see cooperation). Related: Cooperated; cooperating.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COOPERATING

coaction

nouncooperation
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