Meaning of cooperator in English:

cooperator

(also co-operator)

Pronunciation /kəʊˈɒpəreɪtə/

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noun

See cooperate

‘The first step is to divide the civilian world into two, separating the trustworthy cooperators from the noncooperators, so we don't have to search every car, package, and pocket.’
  • ‘Not all humans are active cooperators with this conspiracy (though some are).’
  • ‘It is time for the two peoples to shift from competitors to cooperators.’
  • ‘This will require a significant shift in human consciousness from the selfish to the selfless, from the competitor to the cooperator, from the ignorant to the enlightened.’
  • ‘Upholding a law ‘does not make you a formal cooperator with the evil act.’’