Today’s word of the day exercise is
This word means work together and can be used in a wide variety of contexts in general English.
Forms of the word
Using the word
with: The government needs to cooperate with experts in the further education sector.
in Libraries have long cooperated in areas such as provision of materials and technical services
between There are also some examples of local cooperation between, for instance, public libraries and technical colleges in the same geographical area.
close/full Countries in this new economic zone are increasingly aware of the need to cooperate more closely with each other.
economic/technological/international etc: Any progress in fighting Ebola depends on international cooperation.
project/work For example, students tend to find cooperative research projects more stimulating than working on their own.
work in/require/encourage/depend on: If the different bodies can work in cooperation with each other, then quick progress should be made.