Definition of co-own in English:

co-own

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Pronunciation: /kəʊˈəʊn
 
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verb

[with object]
Own (something) jointly: the clubs co-own the ground
More example sentences
  • He is a well-dressed, impeccably coiffed, university-educated 27-year-old who co-owns a computer and video business in Iraq's capital.
  • She co-owns the record store (with her fiancée, the clerk), plays with local favorites Cloverhoney, books bands at the Main across the street and is now releasing her own solo album.
  • I don't know of anything like it,’ says Matt Jackson, who co-owns the Waterwitch with Phil Simpson.

Derivatives

co-owner

noun
More example sentences
  • A well-groomed staff runs the house - two 30-and-under co-owners and 23-year-old chef Terry Owens.
  • No, they didn't have any - but the owner (or one of the co-owners, I think) took my e-mail address and said she'd check with her suppliers.
  • After meeting Linda, one of the co-owners of our quaint B&B, we decide to venture out into town in search of some much needed nourishment.

co-ownership

noun
More example sentences
  • She has honoured each woman by ensuring all artists receive full credit and co-ownership of their work.
  • I'm sure that alliances and co-ownerships are useful for promotion - and I believe in promotion and marketing.
  • And we want you to take co-ownership of the industry.

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