Meaning of COOPERATION in English
( BrE also co-operation ) noun
▪ complete , full
▪ better , greater , increased
▪ global , international , local , regional
a society founded on mutual ~ and shared prosperity
▪ cultural , economic , military , political , social , technical
VERB + COOPERATION
▪ need , require
▪ ask for , call for , demand , seek
She called for closer ~ on drugs control.
They are seeking the ~ of senior medical staff.
▪ enlist , gain , get , secure
We are hoping to enlist the ~ of women's groups.
▪ give (sb) , offer (sb)
▪ encourage , enhance , facilitate , foster , improve , increase , promote
an attempt to promote ~ between universities and industry
▪ in ~ with
The film was made in ~ with the Board.
▪ with sb's ~ , without sb's ~
With the ~ of the public, the police may be able to catch this man.
▪ ~ among
increased technical ~ among large companies
▪ ~ between
political ~ between the two groups
▪ ~ from
You will need some ~ from your family.
▪ ~ in
We asked for their ~ in the collection of data.
▪ ~ on
They offered their ~ on the project.
▪ ~ with
We should like to thank you for your ~ with us.
▪ have the ~ of sb
We have the full ~ of all the departments involved.
▪ a lack of ~
▪ a need for ~
There is a need for greater economic ~.
Cooperation is used with these nouns: ↑ treaty
Oxford Collocations English Dictionary. Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний . 2012