SHALL WE PLAY A "SHALL" VS. "SHOULD" CHALLENGE?
Should you take this quiz on “shall” versus “should”? It should prove to be a quick challenge!
Question 1 of 6
Which form is used to state an obligation or duty someone has?
Words nearby Co
Other definitions for Co (2 of 9)
Colorado (approved especially for use with zip code).
Other definitions for Co (3 of 9)
variant of com- before a vowel, h, and gn:coadjutor; cohabit; cognate. The prefix co- now productively forms new words from bases beginning with any sound (co-conspirator; co-manage; coseismic), sometimes with the derived sense “auxiliary, subsidiary” (coenzyme; copilot), and, in mathematics and astronomy, with the sense “complement” (codeclination).
Other definitions for Co (4 of 9)
Bookkeeping. carried over.
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Other definitions for Co (7 of 9)
Bookkeeping. carried over.
Other definitions for Co (8 of 9)
certificate of origin.
Other definitions for Co (9 of 9)
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How to use Co in a sentence
But probably because we co-edited the Deadline Artists anthologies with our friend Jesse Angelo, we feel a fidelity to the form.
In this case, I suspect, there was co-operant a strongly marked childish characteristic, the love of producing an effect.
The conception of the relation of this institution with them as co-operative makes headway slowly.
Then they were to co-operate with an army moving up from Arkansas, and the State would be redeemed.
And the Process or Method of study, if it be an Assimilating one, also compels this co-operation.
The leaguers were now anxious to co-operate with the Americans in compelling the Spaniards to evacuate the Archipelago.
British Dictionary definitions for Co (1 of 7)
the internet domain name for
a commercial company (used with a country domain name)
British Dictionary definitions for Co (2 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for Co (3 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for Co (4 of 7)
(esp in names of business organizations) Company
and co (kəʊ) informal and the rest of themHarold and co
British Dictionary definitions for Co (5 of 7)
Colombia (international car registration)
British Dictionary definitions for Co (6 of 7)
together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutuallycoproduction
indicating partnership or equalitycofounder; copilot
to the same or a similar degreecoextend
(in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an anglecosecant; codeclination
Word Origin for co-
from Latin, reduced form of com-
British Dictionary definitions for Co (7 of 7)
accounting carried over
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Medical definitions for Co (1 of 3)
The symbol for the elementcobalt
Medical definitions for Co (2 of 3)
Medical definitions for Co (3 of 3)
Together; joint; jointly; mutually:coaptation.
Subordinate or auxiliary:coenzyme.
To the same extent or degree:codominant.
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Scientific definitions for Co
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