( commanding officer) Cdt
(British) ( Commonwealth Office)
to co-produce coproduire
→ He co-produced the album with Bowie.
coaccusé (e) m/f
co-worker collègue mf
and co. * et compagnie
→ Daddio and co should stay cool
n coauteur (e) m/f
n codépendance f
→ ... the dangers of co-dependency.
[person] codépendant (e)
→ Guys can be co-dependent, too.
n codépendant (e) m/f
→ The program is geared around the problems of being a co-dependent.
[+lorry] deuxième chauffeur m
adj abbr →
(=female student) étudiante (d'une université mixte)
→ He had had lousy sex with a semi-comatose co-ed
co-educational , coeducational
[school, college, university] mixte
→ The college has been co-educational since 1971.
n ( cooperative) coop f
co-operate , cooperate
(=work together) coopérer, collaborer
→ The editors agreed to co-operate.
→ The French and British are co-operating more closely than they have for years.
→ The plan failed because the soldiers refused to co-operate.
→ He agreed to co-operate with the police investigation ...
to cooperate with sb coopérer avec qn, collaborer avec qn
→ Japan is likely to co-operate with Australia.
→ The UN had been co-operating with the State Department on a plan to find countries willing to take the refugees ...
to co-operate in sth collaborer à qch
→ The couple spoke about how they would co-operate in the raising of their child ...
(be co-operative rather than obstructive)
être coopératif (-ive)
→ I wish you'd cooperate instead of sitting there sulking!
co-operation , cooperation
(=collaboration) coopération f , collaboration f
co-operation between coopération entre
→ There is an urgent need for more co-operation between the sellers.
co-operation with coopération avec
→ A deal with Japan could indeed open the door to economic co-operation with East Asia.
(=assistance) concours m
→ The police underlined the importance of the public's co-operation in the hunt for the bombers.
→ Thank you for your co-operation.
co-operative , cooperative
[activity, effort, enterprise] coopératif (-ive)
→ He was transferred to FBI custody in a smooth co-operative effort between Egyptian and US authorities ...
→ ... proposals for cooperative enterprises.
[relationship] coopératif (-ive)
→ The President said the visit would develop friendly and co-operative relations between the two countries.
[person] coopératif (-ive)
→ I made every effort to be co-operative.
→ The Swiss authorities had been very cooperative.
(=collective) coopérative f
→ They decided a housing co-operative was the way to regenerate Ormiston Crescent ...
→ The restaurant is run as a co-operative.
→ ... a workers' cooperative.
[work] en coopération
→ They agreed to work co-operatively to ease tensions wherever possible.
(=bring on board) coopter
→ Mr Wallace tries to co-opt rather than defeat his critics ...
→ He's been authorised to co-opt anyone he wants to join him.
to co-opt sb as sth coopter qn en qualité de or en tant que qch
→ Sofia Petrovna co-opted Natasha as her assistant.
to co-opt sb onto a committee coopter qn pour faire partie d'un comité
to co-opt sb into sth [+government, group] coopter qn à qch
→ He was co-opted into the Labour Government of 1964 ...
[+slogan, policy] récupérer
→ He co-opted many nationalist slogans and cultivated a populist image.
co-ordinate , coordinate
[+activity, work] coordonner
→ Government officials visited the earthquake zone on Thursday morning to co-ordinate the relief effort.
→ ... the setting up of an advisory committee to co-ordinate police work.
→ They were asked to help coordinate Labour's election campaign.
[+clothes, furnishings] coordonner
[+colours, patterns] coordonner
→ She'll show you how to co-ordinate pattern and colours ...
[+one's movements] coordonner
→ The children could not co-ordinate their movements.
[+parts of body] coordonner
→ They spend several weeks each year undergoing intensive treatment which enables them to coordinate their limbs better.
[colours, furnishings] être assorti (e)
→ ... curtains and co-ordinating bed covers.
to co-ordinate with sth être assorti (e) à qch
→ Tie it with fabric bows that co-ordinate with other furnishings ...
(=work together) travailler ensemble
(on map, graph)
→ Can you give me your co-ordinates?
→ ... the latitude and longitude co-ordinates of any location in the world.
(=clothes) ensemble m , coordonnés mpl
→ ... new lingerie co-ordinates.
(=furnishings) coordonnés mpl
co-ordinated , coordinated
adj coordonné (e)
→ ... a rapid and well co-ordinated international rescue operation.
n conjonction f de coordination
co-ordination , coordination
(=organizing) coordination f
→ ... the co-ordination of economic policy.
co-ordination between coordination entre
→ There should be greater co-ordination between doctors and biologists.
→ ... the lack of co-ordination between the civilian and military authorities.
in co-ordination with en coordination avec
→ ... operating either in coordination with federal troops or alone.
[+body, limbs] coordination f
→ ... clumsiness and lack of co-ordination ...
→ To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls.
to lose one's co-ordination perdre son équilibre
→ Claudia was losing her coordination, stumbling over her equipment.
n coordinateur (-trice) m/f
→ ... the party's campaign co-ordinator, Mr Peter Mandelson.
n copropriété f
n copilote mf
[actor] partager la vedette, partager l'affiche
to co-star with sb partager la vedette avec qn, partager l'affiche avec qn
(=colleague) collègue mf