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coworking

or co-work·ing

[ koh-wur-king ]

noun

  1. an arrangement by which freelancers or remote employees working for various companies share an office or other workspace (often used attributively):

    the monthly fee for a coworking space.



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Other Words From

  • co·work verb (used without object) coworked coworking

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Word History and Origins

Origin of coworking1

First recorded in 2005–10; co- ( def ) + working ( def )

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Example Sentences

Members also get access to coworking and fitness facilities, and discounts on avalanche courses and hut trips.

At 32 years old, the former political operative and well-connected New Yorker had raised more than $117 million in venture capital for the Wing, the upscale women’s club and coworking startup she had cofounded in 2016.

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In September, she purchased the coworking giant’s All Access membership plan, an offering that was born during the pandemic, for $299 a month.

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Each coworking space includes precautions, such as social distancing, plenty of hand sanitizer, and a requirement to wear masks when visitors get up from their desks.

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More than four months after employees called for her resignation, Audrey Gelman, the cofounder and former CEO of The Wing, responded Wednesday to protests by the women’s coworking space’s staff.

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Every Christian coworking with God, is working for eternity.

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