- one of two or more joint authors.
- to write in joint authorship.
Origin of coauthor
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Examples from the Web for coauthor
My job as her coauthor, and more importantly, as her mother, is to let her be herself.How I Write: Lisa Scottoline and Daughter Francesca Serritella
November 14, 2012
Orozco is also the coauthor, with Evangelina Hernández, of From Heaven to Hell in a Day (Del Cielo al Infierno en un Día).2012 Summit: Who's On Stage
March 6, 2012
But pull it off he did (with the help of coauthor Benjamin Whitmer).This Week’s Hot Reads: January 13, 2011
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January 13, 2012
She is the coauthor of the 2002 book The Mind and the Brain and the author of the 2007 book Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain.Are Cellphones Really a Cancer Risk?
June 1, 2011
She is the coauthor of Sarah From Alaska: The Sudden Rise and Brutal Education of a New Conservative Superstar.Palin Film Suggests She'll Run
May 26, 2011
- a person who shares the writing of a book, article, etc, with another
- (tr) to be the joint author of (a book, article, etc)
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Word Origin and History for coauthor
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