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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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