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consociate

[ adjective, noun kuhn-soh-shee-it, -eyt, -see-; verb kuhn-soh-shee-eyt, -see- ]
/ adjective, noun k蓹n藞so蕣 蕛i 瑟t, -藢e瑟t, -si-; verb k蓹n藞so蕣 蕛i藢e瑟t, -si- /
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adjective, noun, verb (used without object), con路so路ci路at路ed, con路so路ci路at路ing.
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Origin of consociate

1425鈥75; late Middle English (adj.) <Latin consoci膩tus (past participle of consoci膩re to bring into partnership), equivalent to con-con- + soci(us) fellow, partner + -膩tus-ate1

OTHER WORDS FROM consociate

un路con路so路ci路at路ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for consociate

consociate

verb (k蓹n藞s蓹蕣蕛瑟藢e瑟t)
to enter into or bring into friendly association
adjective (k蓹n藞s蓹蕣蕛瑟瑟t, -藢e瑟t)
associated or united
noun (k蓹n藞s蓹蕣蕛瑟瑟t, -藢e瑟t)
an associate or partner

Derived forms of consociate

consociation, noun

Word Origin for consociate

C16: from Latin consoci膩re, from socius partner
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