Definition of 'cooperation'
Example sentences containing 'cooperation'
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He urged closer cooperation between all parties. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You understand other people and can win their cooperation to get deals done. The Sun (2008)They know how valuable international intelligence cooperation is. The Sun (2015)You see family solutions so clearly and can get the cooperation you need. The Sun (2012)That was where arrangements for international cooperation between liaison judges were so helpful. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You have a deeper understanding of people and can get cooperation from stubborn hearts. The Sun (2014)Such a plan would require international cooperation that has so far proven impossible. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You get cooperation at home and at work. The Sun (2016)He doubts that a rising power or international cooperation will provide sufficient global stability. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)You can talk to the family about changes you want and get the cooperation you need. The Sun (2010)You can get cooperation from the most difficult people. The Sun (2014)You can find a subtle but effective way to get the cooperation you need at home. The Sun (2011)You can deal with officials and older relatives and get the cooperation you need. The Sun (2010)The Union s objectives are cooperation on cultural economic military and social matters. Twentieth Century History - Basic Facts (1985)Some cultures emphasize economic cooperation; others emphasize competition. Cultural Anthropology (1995)To this day the story stands as an enduring model of international cooperation between governments '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I conduct the business without interference and with full cooperation from you. Tommy Cooper: Always Leave Them Laughing (2006)He was convinced that the only chance for the Republic lay in close cooperation with the Soviets. The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution and RevengeAn employee was most unlikely to have the necessary information, or the facilities with which to obtain it, unless there was full cooperation from the employer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Trends of 'cooperation'
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Translations for 'cooperation'
British English: cooperation /kəʊˌɒpəˈreɪʃən/ NOUN
Cooperation is the action of working together with or helping someone.
Thank you for your cooperation.
- American English: cooperation
- Arabic: تَعَاوُن
- Brazilian Portuguese: cooperação
- Chinese: 合作
- Croatian: suradnja
- Czech: spolupráce
- Danish: samarbejde
- Dutch: medewerking
- European Spanish: cooperación
- Finnish: yhteistyö
- French: coopération
- German: Zusammenarbeit
- Greek: συνεργασία
- Italian: cooperazione
- Japanese: 協力
- Korean: 협동
- Norwegian: samarbeid
- Polish: współpraca
- European Portuguese: cooperação
- Romanian: cooperare
- Russian: сотрудничество
- Spanish: cooperación
- Swedish: samarbete
- Thai: การร่วมมือกัน
- Turkish: işbirliği
- Ukrainian: співпраця
- Vietnamese: sự hợp tác
Definition of cooperation from the Collins English Dictionary
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