cooperative

[ koh-op-er-uh-tiv, -op-ruh-tiv, -op-uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF cooperative

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COOPERATIVE

United, there is little we cannot do in a host of cooperative ventures.

Then came the cooperative societies, supplying the army with food.

He hoped to install a cooperative laundry in connection with the creamery.

The large majority of Russian cooperative societies are rural.

Our company is cooperative; we paying no cash for advertising.

On its cooperative dial glow the twelve signs of the zodiac.

So he set himself to work out a plan for a cooperative business.

They are going with him to help him set up a sort of cooperative boarding-house.

There were also special broadcasts to villages and question-and-answer programs in industrial enterprises and cooperative farms.

He was obliging, cooperative and friendly as hell, but his heart just wasn't in it.

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