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cooperate

verb [I] ( UK also co-operate)
 
 
/kəʊˈɒpəreɪt/
to agree to work with another company, organization, or country in order to achieve something: Large corporations have a duty to cooperate in order to protect the environment.cooperate (with sb) on/in sth We are cooperating with another company on this joint venture.cooperate in doing sth/ to do sth They have agreed to cooperate in distributing products and providing support services.
to be helpful by doing what someone asks you to do: cooperate with sb A spokesman said the company would cooperate fully with the regulatory authorities.
(Definition of cooperate from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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