verb (used without object), co·op·er·at·ed, co·op·er·at·ing.
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Origin of cooperate
OTHER WORDS FROM cooperateco·op·er·a·tor, co-op·er·a·tor, nounun·co·op·er·at·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for cooperate
“Investigators understood it as a way to order a hit on someone they believed was a cooperator,” said Barron.
And then Lowell turned to the man he called the “cooperator”—Andrew Young.Jury Gets the Edwards Case: Deliberations to Begin Friday|Diane Dimond|May 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The librarian should always be treated as a cooperator, and not as an unintelligent servant.The Library and Society|Various
She has been an efficient aid and cooperator with Frank in his gratuitous practice.Cora and The Doctor|Harriette Newell Baker