cooperation

[ koh-op-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cooperation
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We sense the call of the human heart for fellowship, fraternity, and cooperation.

All the work in which Larcher had enlisted Davenport's cooperation was done.

Only don't forget what I asked you as the price of my cooperation.

"What I want most, Colonel, is your cooperation," said the doctor suavely.

From his point of view your cooperation as yet was unnecessary.

I am proud of the cooperation you have shown in this emergency.

It certainly does not lessen their cooperation in this respect.

Competition, specialization, cooperation, were all intensified.

"After what you have told me, I shall ask your cooperation," said Annunciata smoothly.

The boys were in a glow of pride at this cooperation with Colonel Woodruff.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Middle French coopération, or directly from Late Latin cooperationem (nominative cooperatio) "a working together," noun of action from past participle stem of cooperari "to work together," from com- "with" (see com-) + operari "to work" (see operation).

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