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Cooperative vs. Partnership

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Cooperativeadjective

Ready to work with another person or in a team; ready to cooperate.

‘The patient was rarely cooperative, and tended to refuse treatment.’;

Partnershipnoun

The state of being associated with a partner.

Cooperativeadjective

Involving cooperation between individuals or parties.

‘a cooperative game’; ‘a cooperative business enterprise’;

Partnershipnoun

An association of two or more people to conduct a business,

Cooperativeadjective

Relating to a cooperative or cooperatives.

Partnershipnoun

(cricket) The period when two specific batsmen are batting, from the fall of one wicket until the fall of the next; the number of runs scored during this period,

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Cooperativenoun

A type of company that is owned partially or wholly by its employees, customers or tenants.

Partnershipnoun

The state or condition of being a partner; as, to be in partnership with another; to have partnership in the fortunes of a family or a state.

Cooperativeadjective

Operating jointly to the same end.

Partnershipnoun

A division or sharing among partners; joint possession or interest.

‘Rome, that ne'er knew three lordly heads before,First fell by fatal partnership of power.’; ‘He does possession keep,And is too wise to hazard partnership.’;

Cooperativenoun

a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners

Partnershipnoun

An alliance or association of persons for the prosecution of an undertaking or a business on joint account; a company; a firm; a house; as, to form a partnership.

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Cooperativenoun

an association formed and operated for the benefit of those using it

Partnershipnoun

A contract between two or more competent persons for joining together their money, goods, labor, and skill, or any or all of them, under an understanding that there shall be a communion of profit between them, and for the purpose of carrying on a legal trade, business, or adventure.

Cooperativeadjective

involving the joint activity of two or more;

‘the attack was met by the combined strength of two divisions’; ‘concerted action’; ‘the conjunct influence of fire and strong dring’; ‘the conjunctive focus of political opposition’; ‘a cooperative effort’; ‘a united effort’; ‘joint military activities’;

Partnershipnoun

See Fellowship, n., 6.

Cooperativeadjective

done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit;

‘a cooperative effort’;

Partnershipnoun

the members of a business venture created by contract

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Cooperativeadjective

willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement

Partnershipnoun

a contract between two or more persons who agree to pool talent and money and share profits or losses

Cooperative

A cooperative (also known as co-operative, co-op, or coop) is . Cooperatives are democratically owned by their members, with each member having one vote in electing the board of directors.

‘an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned enterprise’;

Partnershipnoun

the state of being a partner or partners

‘we should go on working together in partnership’;

Partnershipnoun

an association of two or more people as partners

‘an increase in partnerships with housing associations’;

Partnershipnoun

a business or firm owned and run by two or more partners

‘the partnership now owns 22 department stores’;

Partnershipnoun

a position as one of the partners in a business or firm

‘she will be eligible for a partnership after a few years’;

Partnershipnoun

the number of runs added by a pair of batsmen before one of them is dismissed or the innings ends

‘their 176-run third-wicket partnership’;

Partnership

A partnership is an arrangement where parties, known as business partners, agree to cooperate to advance their mutual interests. The partners in a partnership may be individuals, businesses, interest-based organizations, schools, governments or combinations.

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