Partnering [verb]

Definition of Partnering:

aid, assist

Opposite/Antonyms of Partnering:

Sentence/Example of Partnering:

Her partner of 21 years, the artist and photographer Susan Mikula, tested positive for the novel coronavirus almost two weeks ago and then became seriously ill.

Moderna’s vaccine is a new type of medicine, like the one from Pfizer and its partner, BioNTech SE.

Publishers must look beyond the obvious choicesOne of the major roadblocks that publishers face — especially in Europe — is that they’re locked into the mindset that they only have one or two options for vendor partners.

This is particularly interesting for early-stage startups as they struggle to find the right partner or the right supplier to manufacture something.

I was sitting on a wooden bench in Yellowstone National Park, overlooking the violently steaming Castle Geyser with two dozen other tourists when my partner, Brian, struck up a conversation.

In fact, Nissola and his partner will be doing Thanksgiving at home on their own.

ProPublica has worked with all of them before, either through the Local Reporting Network or as longtime reporting partners, on deep investigative projects that have held power to account.

Katy George is a senior partner of McKinsey & Company and leader of the Operations Practice in North America.

The solution he and his partners—entrepreneur Veit-Ander Aichbichler and virologist Christoph Steininger—are offering is, well, a solution.

Her husband, her husband’s business partners and even her hairstylist’s husband were getting threats.