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Synonyms for cooperative

working together toward a common end

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a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners

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an association formed and operated for the benefit of those using it

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involving the joint activity of two or more

done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit

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willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement

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Thus the sixth former, working co-operatively with teachers, becomes, in effect, a support assistant in the classroom, a creative contributor to the community, discovering a sense of service and of responsibility as well as pursuing his or her own career priorities.
Jim Cooke, head of the Co-op Foundation, said: "Our Space to Connect grants will help community organisations and local people work co-operatively to maximise spaces in their local area.
We need local franchises, owned co-operatively by staff and passengers.
The Forest School experience brings learning to life and improves a child's ability to work co-operatively whilst offering them opportunities to take risks, make choices and initiate learning.
"We work co-operatively with Aura which means, rather than having to consider the future of some of our leisure centres and libraries, we are jointly securing jobs and investing in our leisure centres to make them better for our residents."
We continue to work co-operatively with the CMA as it proceeds with its investigation." The SO issued today includes matters that pre-date Concordia's ownership of its International segment.
Event sponsors Suma Wholefoods and Camira Fabrics refereed a game of 'Un-fair football' where the rules kept changing and it was only when the team played co-operatively together that they could achieve success.
Hane co-operatively handled significant requirements in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Miami, New Jersey, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington D.C., London and Mexico City.
Without emotional responses, how would any animal adapt socially and work co-operatively in groups?
All Sikh Gurdwaras work co-operatively to ensure that over 25,000 people enjoy the celebration of Vasakhi.
Mr Ian Johnston, Chief Executive of the DFSA said: "Authorised Persons must deal with the DFSA openly and co-operatively, and must disclose appropriately and in a timely manner any relevant information.
Ian Johnston, chief executive of the DFSA, said: "Authorised persons must deal with the DFSA openly and co-operatively, and must disclose appropriately and in a timely manner any relevant information.