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Synonyms of 'cooperate'

(verb) 
Definition
to work or act together
The two parties are cooperating more than they have done in years.
Synonyms
work together
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collaborate
The two writers collaborated on a new show.
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join forces
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conspire
History and geography have conspired to bring the country to a moment of decision.
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pull together
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pool resources
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combine your efforts
Opposites
, ,
be in opposition
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(verb) 
Definition
to assist or be willing to assist
He agreed to cooperate with the police investigation.
Synonyms
help
If you're not willing to help me, I'll find somebody who will.
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contribute to
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assist
a chemical that assists in the manufacture of proteins
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go along with
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aid
a software system to aid managers in decision-making
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pitch in
Everyone pitched in to help.
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abet
We shall strike hard at terrorists and those who abet them.
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play ball (informal)
I was waiting until I knew if you and Jack would play ball.
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lend a helping hand
Opposites
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struggle against
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put the mockers on (informal)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of abet
Definition
to help or encourage in wrongdoing
We shall strike hard at terrorists and those who abet them.
in the sense of aid
Definition
to help financially or in other ways
a software system to aid managers in decision-making
Synonyms
be of service to,
lend a hand to,
give a leg up to (informal)
in the sense of assist
a chemical that assists in the manufacture of proteins
Synonyms
aid,
speed up,
pave the way for,
make easy,
oil the wheels,
smooth the path of,
assist the progress of

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