Sentence examples for co-operate from high-quality English sources.

  • People have to co-operate with the police.”

  • Manafort also agreed to co-operate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in a deal for a possible lighter sentence.

  • One man therefore doth co-operate after one sort, and another after another sort; but even he that doth murmur, and to his power doth resist and hinder; even he as much as any doth co-operate.

  • "On the other hand, we cannot prejudice our vital national security interests, nor can we prejudice our ability to co-operate with other Five Eyes security partners, and that will be how - that will be the key criterion that informs our decision about Huawei."

  • He reiterated that China should fully co-operate with an investigation by the World Health Organisation.

  • The Montenegrin government resisted American pressure to co-operate in Yugoslavia's forthcoming elections.

  • Authorities are often alerted by firms themselves: those that co-operate quickly are often treated leniently.

  • The national government has done all it can to prevent the poll, seizing ballot boxes and voting slips, and threatening officials with large fines if they co-operate.

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  • But even more striking has been the change in Mexico: Vicente Fox's government has shown itself to be far more willing than its predecessors to co-operate with American efforts to crack down on drugs.

  • Colonel Vindman’s testimony was given privately to three House committees—on Intelligence, Foreign Affairs, and Oversight and Reform—in defiance of a White House order not to co-operate with the impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats last month.

  • A party created by the Muslim Brotherhood agreed in principle that it would form a united front with the Wafd, an old liberal secular party that used to co-operate with the previous regime, to compete in Egypt's general election scheduled for September.

  • With Google threatening to pull out of Australia over demands to pay publishers for content and the EU's Margrethe Vestager warning big tech to co-operate or face a patchwork of regulation from each country, the world seems to be at war with Silicon Valley.

  • UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said Mr Sirisena had given clear commitments indicating it was prepared to co-operate "on a whole range of important human rights issues - which the previous government had absolutely refused to do".

  • Qatar’s Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, meanwhile told the Financial Times that it had agreed to suspend legal cases against its neighbours related to the embargo, and that it would co-operate on counter-terrorism and “transnational security”.

  • Geoffrey Berman, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, responded by publicly accusing Andrew of trying to “falsely portray himself to the public as eager and willing to co-operate” and said a request to schedule an interview had been repeatedly declined.

  • Ireland's Higher Education Minister Simon Harris said: "The government of Ireland made a very solemn commitment to Northern Ireland that, even after Brexit, we would make sure that there were still ways for us to co-operate and collaborate in relation to higher education."

co-operate sentence examples

  • Mr Trump is facing two impeachment charges: obstruction of Congress, by refusing to co-operate with the impeachment investigation, barring staff from testifying and holding back documentary evidence; and attempting to use his office to pressure Ukraine to investigate his Democratic political rival Joe Biden.

  • President Donald Trump has granted Attorney General William Barr “full and complete authority” to declassify government secrets, issuing a memorandum late on Thursday that orders US intelligence agencies to co-operate promptly with Barr’s audit of the investigation into Russia’s election interference in 2016.

  • Acknowledging the distinction between an agreement and an expectation that two parties could co-operate, the headline was changed at around 8.45am to "Indonesia 'would co-operate' with Coalition on boats", and, on the front page, for reasons of space, to "Bishop: Indonesia would co-operate on boats".

  • When Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni described the regional body, the East African Community, as a "household" whose "occupants" needed to co-operate to combat the virus, Mr Magufuli - without directly referring to his Ugandan counterpart's comments - said at a church service in his home town that "we co-operate in bringing development.

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