cohost

co·host

or co-host (kō′hōst′)
n.
A joint host, as of a social event.
tr.v. co·host·ed, co·host·ing, co·hosts or co-host·ed or co-host·ing or co-hosts
To serve as a joint host of: cohosted an awards ceremony.

cohost

(ˌkəʊˈhəʊst; ˈkəʊˌhəʊst)
vb (tr)
to host (an event) jointly
n
a person who hosts an event jointly with another person
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