from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th 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.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- together; mutually; jointly
- partner or subordinate in an activity
- to the same degree
- of the opposite, of the counterpart
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A form of the prefix com-, signifying with, together, in conjunction, joint. It is used before vowels and some consonants. See com-.
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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