cooperate的的用法,cooperate怎么读美 [koʊˈɑpəˌreɪt] 英 [kəʊˈɒpəreɪt]
1.[i]~ (with sb) (in/on sth)
to work together with sb else in order to achieve sth
The two groups agreed to cooperate with each other.
They had cooperated closely in the planning of the project.
2.[i]~ (with sb) (in/on sth)
to be helpful by doing what sb asks you to do
Their captors told them they would be killed unless they cooperated.
to work with other people to achieve a result that is good for everyone involved
to do what someone asks you to do, especially by providing them with information
In the days to follow, Fisher's continued failure to cooperate put him in danger of getting kicked out of the Army.
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He said if Pakistan did not cooperate, he would refer the matter to the United Nations.
'There was no case that I felt we have been frustrated and unable to do our job because of an unwillingness to cooperate, ' said Wheatley.
The council's chief executive said that he had been trying to resolve the students' complaints but that they had refused to cooperate.
You know, normal people are eager to cooperate with me when I'm trying to keep someone from killing them.
We are always willing to cooperate with you and if necessary make some concessions.
Hence I cooperate to pull a cordage with him, the thing in the bottom of river the gradual son Long Be near the shore to come.
To borrow an old analogy, big gangsters often cooperate against smaller gangsters trying to muscle in.
S. " She said the company will cooperate if the department initiates a formal investigation. "