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English words starting with co

Meanings of Co:

prefix

(forming nouns) joint; mutual; common.

Usage examples:

Co-driver
abbreviation

Company.

Usage examples:

The consett iron co
noun

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

The chemical element cobalt.

Meanings of Co-conspirator:

noun

Someone who plans secretly with one or more other people to do something bad or illegal

Usage examples:

He later testified at the trial of his alleged co-conspirator., they have linked jacobs to several …

Meanings of Co-occurrence:

noun

The fact of two or more things happening or existing at the same time and often in the same place

Usage examples:

Co-occurrence of the co-occurrence of diabetes and high bood pressure, patterns of letter co-occurr…

Meanings of Co-operate:

verb

To act or work together for a shared purpose, or to help willingly when asked

Usage examples:

The company promised to cooperate fully with the law-enforcement authorities., he refused to cooper…

Co-opt

kəʊˈɒpt

Meanings of Co-opt:

verb

To persuade someone who criticizes or disagrees with you to join your group so that the person can no longer oppose you

Usage examples:

The president co-opted journalists by inviting them to private dinners in the white house., republi…

Meanings of Co-opting:

verb

Present participle of co-opt

Usage examples:

She was co-opted on to the committee last june., whether they liked it or not, local people were co…

Meanings of Co-partner:

noun

One of two or more owners of a business, especially who have an equal share

Usage examples:

She is co-partner of the education trust., jacobs is co-partner in an innovative computer engineeri…

Co-partnership

ˌkəʊˈpɑːt.nə.ʃɪp

Meanings of Co-partnership:

noun

An arrangement in which a company is owned by two or more people, especially when they have an equal share, or the company itself

Usage examples:

He later formed a co-partnership with his brother.

Co-pilot

ˈkəʊˌpaɪ.lət

Meanings of Co-pilot:

noun

A pilot who helps the main pilot on an aircraft

Co2

ˌkɑː.bən daɪˈɒk.saɪd

Meanings of Co2:

noun

The gas formed when carbon is burned, or when people or animals breathe out

Usage examples:

Carbon dioxide emissions

Coachbuilder

ˈkəʊtʃˌbɪldə

Meanings of Coachbuilder:

noun

A person or company that designs and constructs the bodywork of road or railway vehicles.

Coached

kəʊtʃ

Meanings of Coached:

verb

Travel by coach.

Usage examples:

Fly or coach to the shores of the mediterranean
noun

A comfortably equipped single-decker bus used for longer journeys.

Usage examples:

A coach trip
adverb

In economy class accommodation in an aircraft or train.

Usage examples:

Many employees are now flying coach instead of business class to europe

Coacher

ˈkəʊtʃə

Meanings of Coacher:

noun

A docile cow or bullock used as a decoy to attract wild cattle.

Usage examples:

The traditional method of moving cattle by mixing quiet, handled stock or ‘coachers ‘into a wild mo…

Coachers

ˈkəʊtʃə

Meanings of Coachers:

noun

A docile cow or bullock used as a decoy to attract wild cattle.

Usage examples:

The traditional method of moving cattle by mixing quiet, handled stock or ‘coachers ‘into a wild mo…

Coaches

kəʊtʃ

Meanings of Coaches:

noun

A comfortably equipped single-decker bus used for longer journeys.

Usage examples:

A coach trip
verb

Travel by coach.

Usage examples:

Fly or coach to the shores of the mediterranean
adverb

In economy class accommodation in an aircraft or train.

Usage examples:

Many employees are now flying coach instead of business class to europe

Meanings of Coachman:

noun

A driver of a horse-drawn carriage.

Usage examples:

‘not again, caroline,’ nicholas complained even as he signaled the coachman to stop the carriage by…

Coachwork

ˈkəʊtʃ.wɜːk

Meanings of Coachwork:

noun

The bodywork of a road or railway vehicle.

Usage examples:

A daimler limousine with coachwork by barker & co

Coact

kəʊˈækt

Meanings of Coact:

verb

To work together, especially to achieve something or to have an effect

Usage examples:

We look at how different types of messages coact with the communication network., risk processes ma…

Meanings of Coacting:

verb

To work together, especially to achieve something or to have an effect

Usage examples:

We look at how different types of messages coact with the communication network., risk processes ma…

Coactions

kəʊˈæk.ʃən

Meanings of Coactions:

noun

The action or process of working or acting together; cooperation.

Usage examples:

Uv exerts its action through the coaction of uv photoreceptors and photoreceptors in the visible re…

Coactive

kəʊˈæk.tɪv

Meanings of Coactive:

adjective

Working together or having an effect together

Usage examples:

In coactive teams, individuals achieve success in their individual events in order to achieve overa…

Meanings of Coactor:

noun

An actor who performs in a film, play, or tv show with another actor or with other actors

Usage examples:

He says he's received supportive messages from his co-actors on the show., they found that people f…

Meanings of Coacts:

verb

To work together, especially to achieve something or to have an effect

Usage examples:

We look at how different types of messages coact with the communication network., risk processes ma…

Meanings of Coadjutor:

noun

A bishop appointed to assist and often to succeed a diocesan bishop.

Usage examples:

Before ruiz retired in 2000, the vatican placed a bishop coadjutor in his diocese.

Coagula

kəʊˈaɡjʊləm

Meanings of Coagula:

noun

A mass of coagulated matter.

Usage examples:

At a higher power, the coagulum of neutrophils and fibrin represent the suppurative thrombophlebiti…

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