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共同, 協同, きょうどう

  • kyōdō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • doing together (as equals)
  • sharing
  • common (land, etc.)
  • joint (statement, etc.)
  • cooperation
  • co-operation
  • collaboration
  • association

Examples of 共同,協同,きょうどう in a Sentence

The swimming pool is used in common by all the children in the neighborhood.
They arrived in Southern Rhodesia, and there was a choice of an immigrants' camp, consisting of mud huts with a communal water supply, or a hotel; and they chose the hotel, being what are known as people of means.
We were associated in the enterprise.
I associate with him in business.
I use the room in common with my sister.
I will associate with him in business.
I am studying it in cooperation with them.
I share the room with my sister.
She shared the apartment with her friends.
I share a bedroom with my sister.

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