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CO  

      n abbr  
   (   commanding officer)      Cdt
     (British)   (   Commonwealth Office)     
      abbr     (US)   (   Colorado)     


co-  
      prefix  
to co-produce      coproduire  
→ He co-produced the album with Bowie.        
co-accused        (n)    coaccusé (e)      m/f     
co-worker      collègue    mf     
Co.  
      abbr       company, county  
and co.      *   et compagnie  
→ Daddio and co should stay cool        
co-author  
      n   coauteur (e)      m/f     
co-dependency  
      n   codépendance    f     
→ ... the dangers of co-dependency.        
co-dependent  
      adj  
[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.        
co-driver  
      n  
     (in race)    copilote    m  
   [+lorry]   deuxième chauffeur    m     
co-ed  
      adj abbr       co-educational  
      n abbr  
*     (US)   (=female student)   étudiante   (d'une université mixte)     
→ He had had lousy sex with a semi-comatose co-ed        
co-educational   , coeducational  
      adj  
[school, college, university]  
mixte  
→ The college has been co-educational since 1971.        
co-op  
      n   (   cooperative)      coop    f     
co-operate   , cooperate  
      vi  
   (=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  
      n  
   (=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  
      adj  
   [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.        
   (=helpful)  
[person]  
coopératif (-ive)     
→ I made every effort to be co-operative.        
→ The Swiss authorities had been very cooperative.        
      n   (=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.        
co-operatively  
      adv   [work]   en coopération  
→ They agreed to work co-operatively to ease tensions wherever possible.        
co-opt  
      vt  
   (=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 ...        
   (=adopt)  
  [+slogan, policy]  
récupérer  
→ He co-opted many nationalist slogans and cultivated a populist image.        
co-ordinate   , coordinate  
      vt  
     [+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.        
   (=match)  
  [+clothes, furnishings]  
coordonner  
  [+colours, patterns]  
coordonner  
→ She'll show you how to co-ordinate pattern and colours ...        
   (=control)  
  [+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.        
      vi  
   (=match)  
[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
      n  
     (on map, graph)    coordonnée    f     
→ Can you give me your co-ordinates?        
→ ... the latitude and longitude co-ordinates of any location in the world.        
   coordinates  
      npl   (=clothes)   ensemble    m  , coordonnés    mpl     
→ ... new lingerie co-ordinates.        
   (=furnishings)   coordonnés    mpl     
co-ordinated   , coordinated  
[activity, operation]  

      adj   coordonné (e)     
→ ... a rapid and well co-ordinated international rescue operation.        
co-ordinating conjunction  
      n   conjonction    f   de coordination  
co-ordination   , coordination  
      n  
   (=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.        
   (=control)   [+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.        
co-ordinator  
      n   coordinateur (-trice)      m/f     
→ ... the party's campaign co-ordinator, Mr Peter Mandelson.        
co-ownership  
      n   copropriété    f     
co-pilot  
      n   copilote    mf     
co-star  
      n   partenaire    mf  
      vi  
[actor]  
partager la vedette, partager l'affiche  
to co-star with sb      partager la vedette avec qn, partager l'affiche avec qn  
co-worker  
      n   (=colleague)   collègue    mf  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
co n.
compagnie

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
exp.
et compagnie
n.
codeur-décodeur
[Comp.]
n.
émission de CO
n.
Seagram Co.
[Comp.]
n.
débit cardiaque fixe
[Med.]
v.
limiter le débit sanguin
[Med.]
pr. part
limitant le débit sanguin
[Med.]
n.
débit cardiaque insuffisant
[Med.]
v.
coexister
n.
Merck and Co Inc
n.
Merck and Co Incorporation
exp.
Jones & Cie, SARL
n.
augmentation du débit sanguin
[Med.]
n.
Goldman Sachs and Co
n.
JPMorgan Chase and Co
n.
Procter and Gamble Co
n.
diminution rapide du débit sanguin
[Med.]
n.
Du Pont E I De Nemours and Co
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'CO' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
Boeing Co.
n.
Coca Cola Co.
n.
Disney Walt Co.
n.
Hewlett Packard Co.
n.
American Express Co.
n.
General Electric Co.
n.
Merck and Co Inc
n.
Merck and Co Incorporation
n.
Procter and Gamble Co
n.
JPMorgan Chase and Co

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