Definition of co-parenting in English:

co-parenting

Pronunciation /ˌkōˈperən(t)iNG/ /ˌkoʊˈpɛrən(t)ɪŋ/

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noun

  • The sharing of the duties of raising a child (used especially of parents who are separated or not in a relationship)

    ‘they're both committed to co-parenting and their primary focus remains their two daughters’
    • ‘Co-parenting has it's challenges and it can be difficult with everyone's schedules.’
    • ‘He opened up about the positives and negatives of co-parenting.’
    • ‘She revealed it's difficult co-parenting as you're not always guaranteed to be surrounded by all your children.’
    • ‘They have both have been outspoken about the importance of co-parenting.’
    • ‘He said he was still adjusting to co-parenting in the wake of the split.’
    • ‘Co-parenting takes two great parents to put their differences aside and focus on the children.’
    • ‘The two have made co-parenting a priority.’
    • ‘These days they have a good relationship as they focus on co-parenting.’
    • ‘Communication with your ex is key to successful co-parenting.’
    • ‘Could the two be getting back together, or are they simply working to make coparenting a success?’