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co·write

(kō-rīt′) or co-write
tr.v. co·wrote (-rōt′), co·writ·ten (-rĭt′n), co·writ·ing, co·writes or co-wrote or co-writ·ten or co-writ·ting or co-writes
To write jointly or in collaboration with another author.

co′writ·er n.

cowrite

(ˈkəʊˌraɪt)
vb (tr) , -writes, -writing, -wrote or -written
(Journalism & Publishing) to write (something) in collaboration with another writer
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Newcomer Carmichael co-wrote the upcoming 'Pacific Rim Uprising' (out on March 23rd), and most recently rewrote 'The Black Hole' for Disney and director Joseph Kosinski.
I shot the video in Nashville and I co-wrote it with Amy Wadge, she co-wrote Thinking Out Loud with Ed Sheeran.
The family of Ed Townsend, who co-wrote Let's Get It On with Gaye, is demanding a jury trial and compensation for damages.
The suit also names Ms Wadge, the Church Village-based songwriter who co-wrote the hit, as well as producer Jake Gosling, Sony/ ATV Music Publishing, Atlantic Records and Warner Bros.
She has also collaborated with Todd Terry on the song Get Down and co-wrote You Are Not Alone with David Guetta.
To think he co-wrote these unforgettable songs yet is still having to go through such a process to own them is unbelievable.
They also co-wrote the movie "The Bronze" for Sony Pictures Worldwide.
NEW YORK -- Dick Wagner, the skilled guitarist who worked with Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, Kiss and Aerosmith, and also co-wrote many of Cooper's hits, died of respiratory failure Wednesday, his personal manager and business partner said Friday.
Eleven chapters--all of which they either co-wrote together or co-wrote with other contributors--address the devastating environmental degradation in China, and what is being done.
The-Dream co-wrote some of Queen Bey's biggest tracks, and she and her husband, Jay-Z, both recorded tracks for The-Dream's fifth album, II/Play, out now.
Carole King wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on Tapestry, several of which had already been hits for other artists - such as Aretha Franklin''s (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (in 1967) and The Shirelles' ' Will You Love Me Tomorrow (in 1960).
If that's not enough, he co-wrote the hits Right Round by Kesha and Forget You by Cee Lo Green.