Definition of cooperator in English:

cooperator

(also co-operator)

noun

  • See cooperate

    • ‘This will require a significant shift in human consciousness from the selfish to the selfless, from the competitor to the cooperator, from the ignorant to the enlightened.’
    • ‘The first step is to divide the civilian world into two, separating the trustworthy cooperators from the noncooperators, so we don't have to search every car, package, and pocket.’
    • ‘Upholding a law ‘does not make you a formal cooperator with the evil act.’’
    • ‘Not all humans are active cooperators with this conspiracy (though some are).’
    • ‘It is time for the two peoples to shift from competitors to cooperators.’

Pronunciation

cooperator

/kəʊˈɒpəreɪtə/