Meaning of COOPERATION in English

COOPERATION

I.

( BrE also co-operation ) noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ close

▪ complete , full

▪ better , greater , increased

▪ active

▪ effective

▪ global , international , local , regional

▪ mutual

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

▪ ensure

PREPOSITION

▪ 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.

PHRASES

▪ 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 ~.

II.

adj.

Cooperation is used with these nouns: ↑ treaty

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