Italian translation of 'cooperate'
to cooperate (with sb in or on sth/to do sth)
cooperare (con qn in qc/per fare qc),
collaborare (con qn in qc/per fare qc)will he cooperate?
sarà disposto a collaborare?
Example Sentences Including 'cooperate'
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Whether you live or die depends solely on how much you cooperate.TIES THAT BIND (2003)
Libya, on the other hand, has always refused to cooperate with us.ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (2003)
She resigned from the holiday show, refused to cooperate with a Hello!TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
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British English: co-operate VERB
If you co-operate with someone, you work with them or help them for a particular purpose. You can also say that two people co-operate.
The two organizations had been co-operating on a plan to find countries willing to take the refugees.
Translation of cooperate from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary