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Translation of "cooperate" - English-Spanish dictionary

cooperate

verb   /kəʊˈɒp·ər·eɪt/ ( present participle cooperating, past tense and past participle cooperated)
to work together with someone colaborar Witnesses are cooperating with detectives.
to do what someone asks you to do colaborar We will get there as long as we cooperate.
(Definition of cooperate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cooperate

verb /kəuˈopəreit/
to work together cooperar They have promised to cooperate (with us) in the planning of the exhibition.
cooperation noun
the act of working together cooperación a cooperation between the governments of Japan and the United States.
willingness to act or work together cooperación, ayuda I would be grateful for your co-operation.
cooperative /-tiv/ adjective
willing to act or work together cooperativo a helpful and cooperative pupil.
(Definition of cooperate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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