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[koh-pahrt-ner, koh-pahrt-] /koʊˈpɑrt nər, ˈkoʊˌpɑrt-/
a partner or associate, as in a business.
Origin of copartner
First recorded in 1495-1505; co- + partner
Related forms
copartnership, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • In the city she is often copartner with her husband in the store, and assists him to save.

    The Old World and Its Ways William Jennings Bryan
  • It was that he might hear the opinion of the court in connection with his copartner in crime.

    The Financier Theodore Dreiser
  • Bobby did not like the idea of having such a copartner as Tom Spicer, and he did not like to tell him so.

    Now or Never Oliver Optic
  • Sound policy therefore required a combination between France and England, in order to reduce their copartner within proper limits.

  • I must hear speake a word also of Mr. John Oldom, who was a copartner with him in his after courses.

  • He was proud of his descent from Nahum Tate, the psalmodist, the copartner of Brady.

    Dealings With The Dead A Sexton of the Old School
British Dictionary definitions for copartner


a partner or associate, esp an equal partner in business
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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