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cooperation

Roget category 709

5. Words relating to the voluntary powers
5.4. Antagonism
›› 5.4.2. Active antagonism

#709. Cooperation

noun

cooperationcoadjuvancy, coadjutancycoagency, coefficiencyconcert, concurrence, complicity, participationunion etc. 43additivity, combination etc. 48collusion.
association, alliance, colleagueship, joint stock, copartnershipcartelconfederation etc. (party) 712coalition, fusiona long pull a strong pull and a pull all togetherlogrolling, freemasonry.
unanimity etc. (assent) 488esprit de corps, party spiritclanship, partisanshipconcord etc. 714.
synergy, coaction.

verb

cooperate, concurcoact, synergize.
conduce etc. 178combine, unite one's effortskeep together, draw together, pull together, club together, hand together, hold together, league together, band together, be banded togetherpoolstand shoulder to shoulder, put shoulder to shoulderact in concert, join forces, fraternize, cling to one another, conspire, concert, lay one's heads togetherconfederate, be in league withcollude, understand one another, play into the hands of, hunt in couples.
side with, take side with, go along with, go hand in hand with, join hands with, make common cause with, strike in with, unite with, join with, mix oneself up with, take part with, cast in one's lot withjoin partnership, enter into partnership withrally round, follow the lead ofcome to, pass over to, come into the views ofbe in the same boat, row in the same boatsail in the same boatsail on the same tack.
be a party to, lend oneself tochip inparticipatehave a hand in, have a finger in the pietake part in, bear part insecond etc. (aid) 707take the part of, play the game ofespouse a cause, espouse a quarrel.

adjective

cooperating etc. v. — in cooperation etc. n., in league etc. (party) 712coadjuvant, coadjutantdyed in the woolcooperativeadditiveparticipativecoactive, synergetic, synergistic.
favorable to etc. 707unopposed etc. 708.

adverb

as one etc. (unanimously) 488shoulder to shouldersynergisticallycooperatively.

phrase

due teste valgono piu che una sola [It].



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