Definition of 'co-op'
Example sentences containing 'co-op'
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Co-op bosses may extend the scheme into its 1,800 outlets. The Sun (2006)The stringent standards that co-op boards have applied to potential buyers have saved them from the worst of the slump. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So he set up a co-op and he lives in a housing co-op. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Playing in either local or online co-op mode is where you will have the most fun, though. The Sun (2016)
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