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CO US English

Colorado (in official postal use)

Co US English

The chemical element cobalt

co- US English

(Forming nouns) joint; mutual; common

Co. US English

Company

cobalt US English

The chemical element of atomic number 27, a hard silvery-white magnetic metal

Co in cobalt US English

The chemical element of atomic number 27, a hard silvery-white magnetic metal

com- US English

With; together; jointly; altogether

co- in com- US English

With; together; jointly; altogether

co-op US English

A cooperative society, business, or enterprise

co-opt US English

Appoint to membership of a committee or other body by invitation of the existing members

co-own US English

Own (something) jointly

and Co. US English

Used as part of the titles of commercial businesses to designate the partner or partners not named

co-sign US English

Sign (a document) in order to guarantee a loan or other obligation

co-brand US English

Designate (a product or service) with the brands of joint manufacturers or sponsors

co-driver US English

A person who shares the driving of a vehicle with another

co-locate US English

Share a location or facility with someone (or something) else

co-occur US English

Occur together or simultaneously

co-owner US English

A person who owns something jointly with another or others

co-parent US English

(Especially of a separated or unmarried couple) share the duties of parenting (a child)

co-writer US English

A person who writes something together with another person

co-producer US English

A person who produces a recording, theatrical work, television program, etc. jointly with another or others

co-sleeping US English

The practice of sleeping in the same bed with one’s infant or young child

co-counseling US English

A form of personal or psychological counseling in which two or more people alternate the roles of therapist and patient

co-curricular US English

(Of an activity at a school or college) pursued in addition to the normal course of study

co-education US English

The education of students of both sexes together

co-insurance US English

A type of insurance in which the insured pays a share of the payment made against a claim

co-production US English

The production of a recording, theatrical work, television program, etc. jointly with another or others

co-respondent US English

A person cited in a divorce case as having committed adultery with the respondent

co-belligerent US English

Any of two or more nations engaged in war as allies

co-conspirator US English

A person who is engaged in a conspiracy with another or others

co-precipitation US English

The simultaneous precipitation of more than one compound from a solution

and co. in and Co. US English

And the rest of them

Wells, Fargo & Co. US English

A US transportation company founded in 1852 by the businessmen Henry Wells (1805–78) and William Fargo (1818–81) and others. It carried mail to and from the newly developed West, founded a San Francisco bank, and later ran a stagecoach service

co-respondent shoes US English

Men’s two-toned shoes

and Co. in Co. US English

Used as part of the titles of commercial businesses to designate the partner or partners not named

and co. in Co. US English

And the rest of them

coed US English

A female student at a co-educational institution

coaxial US English

Having a common axis

cochair US English

A person who is in charge of a meeting or organization jointly with another or others

coequal US English

Equal with one another; having the same rank or importance

coexist US English

Exist at the same time or in the same place

cohabit US English

Live together and have a sexual relationship without being married

coheir US English

A joint heir

cohost US English

A joint host

copilot US English

A second pilot in an aircraft

costar US English

A leading actor or actress appearing in a movie, on stage, etc., with another or others of equal importance

cowrite US English

Write (something) with another person

coaction US English

Compulsion; restraint; coercion


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