- a person associated with another or others as a principal or a contributor of capital in a business or a joint venture, usually sharing its risks and profits.
- special partner.
verb (used with object)
Origin of partner
Related formspart·ner·less, adjectivenon·part·ner, nounun·der·part·ner, noun
Examples from the Web for partners
What if there were a legal dispute between the foreign investor and his or her Egyptian partners or collaborators?
I know that many people do not feel they possess their partners and lovers.
Back then, when partners of stars melted into the background, it was a barnstorming stealing of the show.Happy 20th Birthday, Liz Hurley’s Safety-Pin Dress|Tim Teeman|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
YouTube has signed up over a million partners (people who agree to run ads over their videos to make money from their content).
Women also reported initiating sex more frequently with partners who had a sense of humor.Was 2014 the Year Science Discovered The Female Orgasm?|Samantha Allen|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But a little while ago he thrilled you, in company with his partners, the Lascalla Brothers, in a high trapeze act.Joe Strong, the Boy Fish|Vance Barnum
Two of the partners in the firm were inaccessible to chance-visitors when he asked for them.No Thoroughfare|Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins
There was a touch of fire to her independence, a chip on the shoulder of her pride the three partners recognized and respected.Rimrock Trail|J. Allan Dunn
With the disappearance of the caribou the partners began setting rabbit snares to save their meat and flour.The Whelps of the Wolf|George Marsh
He heard first of what was being done from one of the partners down at Romford.Double Harness|Anthony Hope