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cooperate

verb [I] ( also UK co-operate)     /kəʊˈɒpəreɪt/
WORK TOGETHER
B2 to work together with someone in order to achieve the same aim: Witnesses are cooperating with detectives. Several countries are cooperating in the relief effort.Acting, being or existing togetherHelping and co-operating
HELP
B2 to help someone or do what they ask: We can get there early as long as the children will cooperate.Helping and co-operating
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