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co·au·thor

or co-au·thor (kō-ô′thər)
n.
A collaborating or joint author.
tr.v. co·au·thored, co·au·thor·ing, co·au·thors or co-au·thored or co-au·thor·ing or co-au·thors
To be a collaborating or joint author of: two colleagues who coauthored an article.
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coauthor

(kəʊˈɔːθə)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a person who shares the writing of a book, article, etc, with another
vb
(Journalism & Publishing) (tr) to be the joint author of (a book, article, etc)
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co•au•thor

(koʊˈɔ θər, ˈkoʊˌɔ-)

n.
1. one of two or more joint authors.
v.t.
2. to be a coauthor of.
[1860–65]
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coauthor


Past participle: coauthored
Gerund: coauthoring

Imperative
coauthor
coauthor
Present
I coauthor
you coauthor
he/she/it coauthors
we coauthor
you coauthor
they coauthor
Preterite
I coauthored
you coauthored
he/she/it coauthored
we coauthored
you coauthored
they coauthored
Present Continuous
I am coauthoring
you are coauthoring
he/she/it is coauthoring
we are coauthoring
you are coauthoring
they are coauthoring
Present Perfect
I have coauthored
you have coauthored
he/she/it has coauthored
we have coauthored
you have coauthored
they have coauthored
Past Continuous
I was coauthoring
you were coauthoring
he/she/it was coauthoring
we were coauthoring
you were coauthoring
they were coauthoring
Past Perfect
I had coauthored
you had coauthored
he/she/it had coauthored
we had coauthored
you had coauthored
they had coauthored
Future
I will coauthor
you will coauthor
he/she/it will coauthor
we will coauthor
you will coauthor
they will coauthor
Future Perfect
I will have coauthored
you will have coauthored
he/she/it will have coauthored
we will have coauthored
you will have coauthored
they will have coauthored
Future Continuous
I will be coauthoring
you will be coauthoring
he/she/it will be coauthoring
we will be coauthoring
you will be coauthoring
they will be coauthoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coauthoring
you have been coauthoring
he/she/it has been coauthoring
we have been coauthoring
you have been coauthoring
they have been coauthoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coauthoring
you will have been coauthoring
he/she/it will have been coauthoring
we will have been coauthoring
you will have been coauthoring
they will have been coauthoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coauthoring
you had been coauthoring
he/she/it had been coauthoring
we had been coauthoring
you had been coauthoring
they had been coauthoring
Conditional
I would coauthor
you would coauthor
he/she/it would coauthor
we would coauthor
you would coauthor
they would coauthor
Past Conditional
I would have coauthored
you would have coauthored
he/she/it would have coauthored
we would have coauthored
you would have coauthored
they would have coauthored
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coauthor - a writer who collaborates with others in writing something
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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Translations

coauthor

[ˈkəʊˌɔːθəʳ] ncoautore/trice
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