English words and Examples of Usage

use "cooperate" in a sentence

There were 750,000 reasons for this guy to cooperate, Capeci said.

If so, would he/she be willing to cooperate with or help us?"

Imagina said it would cooperate fully with U.S. judicial authorities.

But that, too, failed to increase Zubaydah's willingness to cooperate.

During gameplay, participants could decide to either cooperate or defect.

But Putin warned it was an "enormous mistake" to not cooperate with Syria.

They often cooperate and help one another, and may perform midwife duties.

Israel opposes the ICC and has said it would not cooperate with prosecutors.

In both cases, the girlfriends refused to cooperate and charges were dropped.

It behooves the bar to cooperate with investigators, that's a different story."

We have been cooperating, and will continue to cooperate, with the authorities.

WhatsApp had "failed to cooperate in a criminal investigation," the judge ruled.

We have been cooperating, and will continue to cooperate, with the authorities."

I am ready to cooperate closely with the African Union leadership, he added."

ADB is happy to cooperate, including co-financing, with the AIIB, Nakao said in Baku.

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