co

Part of speech:

With; together See COM-. Co is often joined to purely English words; as, comate, copartner, corespondent ( distinguished from correspondent).

Part of speech:

Of the complement; as, cosine.

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Usage examples "co":

  1. It also means that we may actively co- operate with Him. - "The Reconciliation of Races and Religions", Thomas Kelly Cheyne.
  2. She is Belisarius's friend, his co- commander; she shares with him the difficulties and dangers of sea, desert, and battle. - "A Struggle for Rome, Vol. 2 (of 3)", Felix Dahn.
  3. So that Christ and his faithful ministers, through the operation of the blessed Spirit, are co- workers together. - "The Dairyman's Daughter", Legh Richmond.