\kˈə͡ʊ], \kˈəʊ], \k_ˈəʊ]\
Definitions of CO
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By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
By James Champlin Fernald
By Nuttall, P.Austin.
A form of the prefix con, and means, with; together; together with; co is used before a vowel and h, as coalesce, cohabit, and is often separated from the word by a hyphen, as co-operate, co-partner; in math., co is an abbreviation of complement, as co-latitude, co-sine, co-tangent. Note.-The prefix con assumes the various forms of co, cog, col, com, cor, according to the first letter of the second element of the compound; but, 1, con becomes com before b and p, as combustion, compel; 2, con is retained before j and v, except in comfort, as conflict, convene; 3, con is retained before t, d, q, g, and s, as content, condole, conquest, congeal, consent.
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