Cooperation [noun]

Definition of Cooperation:

mutual effort

Opposite/Antonyms of Cooperation:

Sentence/Example of Cooperation:

Evolutionary models, for example, have shown that competition promotes the ability to think about other minds more strongly than cooperation.

In addition, they are gaining increasing levels of cooperation from exchanges, which face government pressure and want greater legitimacy.

Agreement by researchers to publish the virus genome in January set the stage for global scientific cooperation, many believed.

Doing so requires the cooperation of many people — from scientists and conservation organizations to governments and local residents — as well as a bit of luck.

These approaches have won cooperation from the citizenry when it comes to wearing face masks and other behavioral changes.

Deploying the vaccine to people in the United States and around the world will test and strain distribution networks, the supply chain, public trust and global cooperation.

It also asked for his cooperation identifying those sources – a chilling request on its own – and threatened that he too could become a target of the criminal investigation if he didn’t preserve the documents in his possession.

International cooperation in space is often seen as a government-to-government operation, with disparate space agencies uniting to accomplish a major goal, like building a football-field-sized orbital laboratory.

Using this new medium, you can put out their message of solidarity, unity, and cooperation.

As well, Google started cooperation with the Coalition for Better Ads that developed best advertising standards based on user experience research spanning 45 000 people from eight different countries.