copartnership

  • 1 Copartnership — Co*part ner*ship, n. 1. The state of being a copartner or of having a joint interest in any matter. [1913 Webster] 2. A partnership or firm; as, A. and B. have this day formed a copartnership. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 copartnership — index affiliation (connectedness), association (connection), company (enterprise), league, partnership …

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  • 3 copartnership — See copartner. * * * …

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  • 4 copartnership — noun a) The state of being a copartner or of having a joint interest in any matter. b) A partnership or firm …

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  • 5 copartnership — n. collaboration, cooperation, association, alliance,co part·ner·ship || ‚kÉ‘pÉ‘rtnÉ™rʃɪp /‚kÉ’pɑːtnəʃɪp …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 6 copartnership — n. 1. Association, fraternity, partnership, joint stock. 2. Firm, house, establishment, concern, company, joint concern …

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  • 7 copartnership — co·partnership …

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  • 8 copartnership — A partnership …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 9 copartnership — A partnership …

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  • 10 copartnership — A partnership. See partnership …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 11 copartnership — noun a partnership in which employees get a share of the profits in addition to their wages • Derivationally related forms: ↑copartner • Hypernyms: ↑partnership …

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  • 12 copartner — copartnership, n. /koh pahrt neuhr, koh pahrt /, n. a partner or associate, as in a business. [1495 1505; CO + PARTNER] * * * …

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  • 13 Frederick Mathushek — (* 9. Juni 1814 in Mannheim; † 9. November 1891 in New York) war ein US amerikanischer Klavierbauer mit deutschem Ursprung, sein Geburtsname war Friedrich Matuschek. Er hatte in Worms und in den Vereinigten Staaten in N …

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  • 14 copartner — I (business associate) noun adjuvant, associate, auxiliary, coadjutant, cohelper, collaborator, colleague, comate, companion, compeer, confrere, consociate, consort, cooperator, coworker, fellow, fellow worker, helper, mate, partner, peer,… …

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  • 15 Charles James Kershaw — was born in Burnley, Lancashire, England, in 1832. He came to America in 1841, and received his education at the Derby Line Academy, in Derby Line, Orleans County, Vermont. He came West in 1853, and engaged in a general trade in provisions, grain …

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  • 16 Timothy Gilbert — TOC Gilbert was born in Enfield, Massachusetts, and worked on his father s farm until the age of 21. He arrived in Boston December 1818, where he apprenticed with cabinet maker Levi Ruggles, and later worked for piano maker John Osborn before… …

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  • 17 partnership — part·ner·ship n: an association of two or more persons or entities that conduct a business for profit as co owners see also uniform partnership act in the important laws section compare corporation, joint venture, sole pro …

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  • 18 Party — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Party >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 party party faction side denomination communion set crew band GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 horde horde posse phalanx …

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  • 19 co|part|ner|ship — «koh PART nuhr shihp», noun. 1. the relation of copartners; possession of a joint share in an enterprise, business, or interest; partnership: »to form a copartnership in business. It is sometimes said that copartnership by bringing the interests… …

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  • 20 Succeed — Suc*ceed , v. i. 1. To come in the place of another person, thing, or event; to come next in the usual, natural, or prescribed course of things; to follow; hence, to come next in the possession of anything; often with to. [1913 Webster] If the… …

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