Name-changing may turn out to be something men do when partnering with men, but not when partnering with women.
One way Hseih and the gang are drawing talent to the downtown area is by partnering with Venture for America.
The famous French chef is partnering with W Hotels to open a super-luxe restaurant on a tiny island with more horses than people.
partnering with a production company, Jarvis writes, was a financial necessity.
The largest of the Tea Party groups, it is partnering with CNN to sponsor a presidential debate on Sept. 12 in Tampa.
partnering with Barry Diller in 2008, Brown launched The Daily Beast and in 2011 merged the site with Newsweek.
The Internet giant is partnering with 17 great museums to offer virtual tours that let users see the works up close—really close.
Without U.S. units available for partnering up, these problems are going to grow for new units.
Soon, RYOT will be partnering with Change.org and Crowdrise, a crowdsourcing tool for nonprofits.
Obama's top intelligence advisers told him recently that partnering with the FSA against ISIS was too big a risk to take.
c.1300, altered from parcener (late 13c.), from Old French parçonier "partner, associate; joint owner, joint heir," from parçon "partition, division. portion, share, lot," from Latin partitionem (nominative partitio) "a sharing, partition, division, distribution" (see partition (n.)). Form in English influenced by part (n.). The word also may represent Old French part tenour "part holder."
1610s, transitive, "to make a partner," from partner (n.). Intransitive sense from 1961. Related: Partnered; partnering.