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co-

pref.
1. Together; joint; jointly; mutually: coeducation.
2.
a. Partner or associate in an activity: coauthor; cofounder.
b. Subordinate or assistant: copilot.
3. To the same extent or degree: coextensive.
4. Complement of an angle: cotangent.

[Middle English, from Latin, variant of com-, com-.]

co-

prefix
1. together; joint or jointly; mutual or mutually: coproduction.
2. indicating partnership or equality: cofounder; copilot.
3. to the same or a similar degree: coextend.
4. (Mathematics) (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle: cosecant; codeclination.
5. (Astronomy) (in mathematics and astronomy) of the complement of an angle: cosecant; codeclination.
[from Latin, reduced form of com-]

CO

1. Colorado.
2. Commanding Officer.
3. conscientious objector.

Co


Chem. Symbol.
cobalt.

co-

var. of com- before a vowel, h, and gn: coalesce; cohere; cognate. The prefix co-, with the sense “joint, jointly,” now forms new words from bases beginning with any sound (cochair; cogeneration; costar; coworker), sometimes with the derived sense “auxiliary” (coenzyme; copilot), and, in mathematics and astronomy, with the sense “complement” (codeclination).

Co.

or co.,

1. Company.
2. County.

C/O

certificate of origin.

C/o

or c/o,

care of.

C.O.

1. Commanding Officer.
2. conscientious objector.

c.o.

1. care of.
2. carried over.
Translations

co-

[kəʊ] PREFIXco-

co-

[ˈkəʊ-] prefix
to co-produce → coproduire
co-accused ncoaccusé(e) m/f
co-worker → collègue mf

co-

prefMit-, mit-

co-

[kəʊ] prefco...

co-

(kou) prefix
1. joint or working etc together, as in co-author.
2. with or together, as in co-exist.
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