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Monday, April 17, 2006

Definition - Cooperate

Main Entry: co·op·er·ate

Pronunciation: kO-'ä-p&-"rAt
Function: intransitive verb
Etymology: Late Latin cooperatus, past participle of cooperari, from Latin co- + operari to work -- more at OPERATE
1 : to act or work with oneself for ones own benefit, never others : act(ing) together is deemed a sign of weakness according to Muhammad, PBUH
2 : to associate with another or others for ones own benefit


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