copartner


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copartner

n. one who is a member of a partnership. The prefix "co" is a redundancy, since a partner is a member of partnership. The same is true of the term "copartnership." (See: partner, partnership)

copartner

(Business associate), noun adjuvant, auxiliary, coadjutant, cohelper, collaborator, colleague, comate, companion, compeer, confrère, consort, cooperator, coworker, fellow, fellow worker, helper, mate, partner, peer, personnel, sharer

copartner

(Coconspirator), noun abettor, accessory, accessory after the fact, accessory before the fact, accomplice, accomplice in crime, adjunct, adjutant, adjuvant, aid, aide-de-camp, aider and abettor, associate, attendant, camarade, coadjutant, coadjutor, coadjutress, cohort, collaborator, colluder, comate, companion, comrade, confederate, confrère, consociate, conspirer, cooperator, copartner in crime, helper, helpmate, intrigant, intriguer, machinator, particeps criminis, partner in crime, socius criminis, supporter
Associated concepts: joint adventure, joint enterprise, tenant in copartnership
See also: accessory, assistant, associate, coactor, consociate, consort, contributor, member, participant, partisan, partner

COPARTNER. One who is a partner with one or more other persons; a member of a partnership.

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Hurley: "A managing partner owes his copartner a degree of faith and trust equal to that of Caesar's wife.
This pattern recurs in the dynamic between Face and Subtle in The Alchemist and, transposed from the genre of satiric comedy to tragedy, in Sejanus' vertiginous rise to the status of a virtual copartner with Tiberius of the Roman Empire until the Roman emperor disowns his upstart confederate.
Ernest Georgi, copartner of Pearson & Georgi, said: "With the global resources of Guy Carpenter, I am confident that we will provide the highest level of service to Middle East insurance companies.