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part·ner·ship

 (pärt′nər-shĭp′)
n.
1. The state of being a partner.
2.
a. A business entity in which two or more co-owners contribute resources, share in profits and losses, and are individually liable for the entity's actions.
b. The persons participating in such a business entity.
3. A relationship between individuals or groups that is characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility, as for the achievement of a specified goal: Neighborhood groups formed a partnership to fight crime.

partnership

(ˈpɑːtnəʃɪp)
n
1. (Law)
a. a contractual relationship between two or more persons carrying on a joint business venture with a view to profit, each incurring liability for losses and the right to share in the profits
b. the deed creating such a relationship
c. the persons associated in such a relationship
2. the state or condition of being a partner
3. (Law) the state or condition of being a partner

part•ner•ship

(ˈpɑrt nərˌʃɪp)

n.
1. the state or condition of being a partner; participation; association; joint interest.
2. Law.
a. the relation subsisting between partners.
b. the contract creating this relation.
c. the persons joined together as partners in business.
[1570–80]

Partnership

 an association of two or more persons for carrying on business; the persons collectivelyWilkes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.partnership - the members of a business venture created by contractpartnership - the members of a business venture created by contract
copartnership - a partnership in which employees get a share of the profits in addition to their wages
business, business concern, business organisation, business organization, concern - a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it; "he bought his brother's business"; "a small mom-and-pop business"; "a racially integrated business concern"
partner - a person who is a member of a partnership
2.partnership - a cooperative relationship between people or groups who agree to share responsibility for achieving some specific goal; "effective language learning is a partnership between school, teacher and student"; "the action teams worked in partnership with the government"
human relationship, relationship - a relation between people; (`relationship' is often used where `relation' would serve, as in `the relationship between inflation and unemployment', but the preferred usage of `relationship' is for human relations or states of relatedness); "the relationship between mothers and their children"
3.partnership - a contract between two or more persons who agree to pool talent and money and share profits or losses
contract - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law

partnership

noun
1. cooperation, association, alliance, sharing, union, connection, participation, copartnership the partnership between Germany's banks and its businesses
2. company, firm, corporation, house, interest, society, conglomerate, cooperative As the partnership prospered, the employees shared in the benefits.

partnership

noun
Translations
إشْتِراك، مُشارَكَهشَراكَه
družstvodvojicepartnerstvíspolečenstvítandem
makkerskabpartnerskab
társas viszony
félagliî, par, tvíeyki
družabništvo

partnership

[ˈpɑːtnəʃɪp]
A. N
1. (= relationship) → asociación f; (= couple) → relación f de pareja
a stable, loving partnershipuna relación de pareja estable y llena de cariño
our relationship wasn't just a marriage, it was a partnershipnuestra relación no era sólo un matrimonio sino una asociación
their partnership was based on mutual respectsu relación se basaba en el respeto mutuo
the partnership between government and industryla alianza entre el gobierno y la industria
2. (Comm) (= company) → sociedad f colectiva
to be in partnership with sbestar asociado con algn
to go or enter into partnership (with sb)asociarse (con algn)
we work in partnership with our clientstrabajamos conjuntamente con nuestros clientes
see also limited
3. (= position as partner) they've offered me a partnershipme han ofrecido hacerme socio
B. CPD partnership agreement Ncontrato m de sociedad

partnership

[ˈpɑːrtnərʃɪp] n
(= relationship) → partenariat m
new forms of partnership between management and workers → de nouvelles formes de partenariat entre direction et travailleurs
the partnership between Germany's banks and its businesses → le partenariat entre les banques et les entreprises allemandes
(in firm)statut m d'associé(e)
a partnership in a firm of solicitors → un statut d'associé dans un cabinet d'avocats
to offer sb a partnership → offrir à qn de devenir associé
They've offered me a partnership → Ils m'ont offert de devenir associé.
to go into partnership → s'associer
to go into partnership with sb → s'associer avec qn
to form a partnership → s'associer
to form a partnership with sb → s'associer avec qnpart of speech npartie f du discours

partnership

n
Partnerschaft f, → Gemeinschaft f; (in sport, dancing etc) → Paar nt; we’re or we make a pretty good partnershipwir sind ein ziemlich gutes Paar; a relationship based on partnershipeine partnerschaftliche Beziehung; to do something in partnership with somebodyetw mit jdm gemeinsam or in Zusammenarbeit machen
(Comm) → Personengesellschaft f; to enter into a partnershipin eine Gesellschaft eintreten; to go into partnership with somebodymit jdm eine Personengesellschaft gründen; general partnershipoffene Handelsgesellschaft; he left the partnershiper ist aus der Gesellschaft ausgeschieden

partnership

[ˈpɑːtnəʃɪp] n (gen) → associazione f (Comm) → società f inv
to take sb into partnership → prendere qn come socio/a
to go into partnership (with), form a partnership (with) → mettersi in società (con), associarsi (a)

partner

(ˈpaːtnə) noun
1. a person who shares the ownership of a business etc with one or more others. She was made a partner in the firm.
2. one of two people who dance, play in a game etc together. a tennis/dancing partner.
verb
to be a partner to (someone). He partnered his wife in the last dance.
ˈpartnership noun
1. the state of being or becoming partners. a business partnership; He entered into partnership with his brother.
2. people playing together in a game. The champions were defeated by the partnership of Jones and Smith in the men's doubles.
References in classic literature ?
According to her father's account, they had come from homes as good as their own; they were certainly more than her equal in fortune; and her father had come to them as an employee, until they had taken him into partnership.
I was on a visit to Alf's plantation, for it was after we had dissolved partnership.
She had always joyfully admitted Emma Jane into the precious partnership, but perhaps unconsciously to herself she had realized that Emma Jane had never held anything but a secondary place in Mr.
Their knowledge of affairs in the City will soon place a good partnership at his disposal, and you will give him the money to buy it out of hand.
I believe he is going to enter into partnership with papa.
For all these reasons (I told Wemmick), and because he was my young companion and friend, and I had a great affection for him, I wished my own good fortune to reflect some rays upon him, and therefore I sought advice from Wemmick's experience and knowledge of men and affairs, how I could best try with my resources to help Herbert to some present income - say of a hundred a year, to keep him in good hope and heart - and gradually to buy him on to some small partnership.
And the worst of it was that her merry eye was in partnership with a merry tongue.
She begged hard for life, which he was generous enough to give her, but he bade her to tell him how she had got into partnership with the abominable creatures he had just put to death.
In August we lost 300,000 francs at the beginning of the month, but on the 13th we made up for it, and we now find that our accounts, reckoning from the first day of partnership up to yesterday, when I closed them, showed a capital of 2,400,000 francs, that is, 1,200,000 for each of us.
Outfit of a trapper Risks to which he is subjected Partnership of trappers Enmity of Indians Distant smoke A country on fire Gun Greek Grand Rond Fine pastures Perplexities in a smoky country Conflagration of forests.
It is not what your ship will NOT do that you want to know to get on terms of successful partnership with her; it is, rather, that you ought to have a precise knowledge of what she will do for you when called upon to put forth what is in her by a sympathetic touch.
To the feminine mind in some of its moods, all things that might be receive a temporary charm from comparison with what is; and since Adam did not want to marry Dinah himself, Lisbeth felt rather peevish on that score--as peevish as she would have been if he HAD wanted to marry her, and so shut himself out from Mary Burge and the partnership as effectually as by marrying Hetty.

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