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co·op·er·ate / kōˈäpəˌrāt/ (also co-op·er·ate) • v. [intr.] act jointly; work toward the same end: the leaders promised to cooperate in ending the civil war. ∎  assist someone or comply with their requests: I was cooperating with the FBI. DERIVATIVES: co·op·er·ant / -rənt/ n. co·op·er·a·tor / -ˌrātər/ n.

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