verb (used without object), co·hab·i·tat·ed, co·hab·i·tat·ing.
- cogwheel respiration,
- cogwheel rigidity,
- cohan, george m.,
- cohan, george michael,
Origin of cohabitate
Examples from the Web for cohabitate
Even in states that do, a couple has to cohabitate for a certain number of years.
The other option would be an agreement by which the AKP and the military decide to cohabitate.
1630s, from Late Latin cohabitatus, past participle of cohabitare (see cohabitation). Related: Cohabitated; cohabitating.