Definition of co-founder in English:

co-founder

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Pronunciation: /kəʊˈfaʊndə
 
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noun

A joint founder.
More example sentences
  • After days of cleaning up and putting away, my co-founders and I left with exactly what many founders of failed start-ups leave with: nothing more than the experience.
  • She was one of the original 11 co-founders of the magazine.
  • He was scrupulous about listing himself as a co-founder of Greenpeace and was cagey about how many co-founders there were.

Derivatives

co-found

verb
More example sentences
  • After co-founding the international non-profit group which brings high-tech volunteers to the developing world, she decided to focus her energies on her music.
  • She followed this triumph by co-founding the Women's Medical College in a residential area of Toronto the same year her daughter graduated.
  • In 1990, she co-founded the Dublin Self Advocacy Group to campaign for the rights of people with learning difficulties.

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