American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Together; joint; jointly; mutually: coeducation.
- Partner or associate in an activity: coauthor; cofounder.
- Subordinate or assistant: copilot.
- To the same extent or degree: coextensive.
- Complement of an angle: cotangent.
- together; mutually; jointly
- partner or subordinate in an activity
- to the same degree
- mathematics of the opposite, of the counterpart
GNU Webster's 1913
- A form of prefix
com-, signifying with, together, in conjunction, joint. It is used before vowels and some consonants. See com-.
- From the Latin prefix co-. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, from Latin, variant of com-, com-. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Though he retired from Bain in February 1999, Romney, 64, continues to benefit from the firm's profitable private equity funds and to invest alongside them in so-called "co- investment" vehicles, both of which generate income taxed at the 15 percent rate.”
“A Dangerous Method is a Canadian/German co- production.”
“Next among the six comes Dustin Moskovitz, a co- founder.”
“Creators ranging from those deeply moved by America's literacy and STEM crises such as Launchpad Toys' Andy Russell -- a creator of Toontastic (a great digital storytelling app -- think Mad Libs for the digital age) to Gabriel Adauto and Jacob Klein, the co- founders of a remarkable math initiative called Motion Math (think "labyrinth for fractions") are facing a largely inchoate system of creative talent flow, capital formation, marketing and distribution.”
“I started wondering why me, as the other co- host was available too.”
“You famously co- authored the book, "The Networked Nonprofit" with Allison Fine, and have worked with social good luminaries such as Claire Diaz-Ortiz of Twitter and Randi Zuckerberg of Facebook.”
“Isn't it about time we co- opted a new generation of despots?”
“We have great international content but there is a need to go local and get that buzz with co- and original productions to re-energise the Discovery brand.”
“I tell him to meet me at the dinner and Sony Classics co- presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard will get him in.”
“In your twenty plus years of "writing" I put that word in quotations because every one of your books has been co- or ghostwritten, and it remains to be known how much of the actual "writing" came from your own pen or keyboard, you have written numerous bestsellers.”
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