cooperation

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(BrE also co-operation) noun
ADJECTIVE
close
complete, full
better, greater, increased
active
effective
global, international, local, regional
mutual

a society founded on mutual cooperation and shared prosperity

cultural, economic, military, political, social, technical
VERB + COOPERATION
need, require
ask for, call for, demand, seek

She called for closer cooperation on drugs control.

They are seeking the cooperation of senior medical staff.

enlist, gain, get, secure

We are hoping to enlist the cooperation of women's groups.

give (sb), offer (sb)
encourage, enhance, facilitate, foster, improve, increase, promote

an attempt to promote cooperation between universities and industry

ensure
PREPOSITION
in cooperation with

The film was made in cooperation with the Board.

with sb's cooperation, without sb's cooperation

With the cooperation of the public, the police may be able to catch this man.

cooperation among

increased technical cooperation among large companies

cooperation between

political cooperation between the two groups

cooperation from

You will need some cooperation from your family.

cooperation in

We asked for their cooperation in the collection of data.

cooperation on

They offered their cooperation on the project.

cooperation with

We should like to thank you for your cooperation with us.

PHRASES
have the cooperation of sb

We have the full cooperation of all the departments involved.

a lack of cooperation
a need for cooperation

There is a need for greater economic cooperation.

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adj.
Cooperation is used with these nouns: ↑treaty

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • cooperation — (n.) late 15c., from M.Fr. coopération, or directly from L.L. cooperationem (nom. cooperatio) a working together, noun of action from cooperat , pp. stem of cooperari to work together, from com with (see COM (Cf. com )) + operari to work (see …   Etymology dictionary

  • cooperation — Cooperation. s. f. Action de celuy qui coopere. Dieu ne nous sauve point sans nostre cooperation …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • cooperation — or co operation [kō äp΄ər ā′shən] n. [LL cooperatio] 1. the act of cooperating; joint effort or operation 2. the association of a number of people in an enterprise for mutual benefits or profits 3. Ecol. an interaction between organisms that is… …   English World dictionary

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