English translation of 'cohabiter'
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. (= habiter ensemble)
[couple] to live together
[amis] to share
2. (= vivre en harmonie)
[choses] to co-exist
[communautés] to live side by side
Nous faisons cohabiter deux systèmes d’exploitation. We run two operating systems on the same computer.
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Après ce trio vigoureux, le quartette du trompettiste Erik Truffaz montrera que le jazz et les musiques électroniques peuvent cohabiter.Le Monde (2000)
Il aurait été passionnant de les faire cohabiter sur un même CD.Le Monde (2002)
Il n'est déjà pas facile de se concilier l'une ou l'autre de ces déesses, mais il est à peu près impossible de les faire cohabiter.La grande manip
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'cohabiter' in Other Languages
British English: cohabit VERB
If two people are cohabiting, they are living together and having a sexual relationship, but are not married.
About one-third of all people cohabit at some time in their lives.
Translation of cohabiter from the Collins French to English
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