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co-writeverb [T]

uk   /ˈkəʊ.raɪt/ /kəʊˈraɪt/  us   /ˈkoʊ.raɪt/  /koʊˈraɪt/ (co-wrote, co-written)
to write something with someone else, especially a popular song, or something for television or the cinema: Lennon and McCartney co-wrote most of the Beatles' songs.
co-writer
noun [C] uk   /ˈkəʊˌraɪ.tər/  us   /ˈkoʊˌraɪ.t̬ɚ/
The two were co-writers on several spoofs, including Scary Movie.
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