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coact

[ koh-akt ]
/ koʊˈækt /
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verb (used with or without object)

to do or act together.

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Origin of coact

1375–1425 for earlier adj. senses “compelled or forced (to do something)”; 1600–10 for current (intransitive) sense; late Middle English; see co-, act

OTHER WORDS FROM coact

co·ac·tor, noun
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