In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(en una tarea)to cooperatecooperar (con algn) en algo
- cooperamos con ellos en la introducción del nuevo sistema — we worked with / cooperated with / helped them to introduce the new system
- cooperaron en las tareas de reconstrucción — they collaborated on / they took part in the rebuilding work
- todos debemos cooperar en la lucha contra el cáncer — we must all work together in the fight against cancer
- cooperar para la creación de un mundo mejor — to work together to create a better world
2(contribuir)cooperar a algo — to contribute to sth
- cooperó al éxito de la campaña — it contributed to the success of the campaign
3(en una colecta)cooperar con algo — to contribute sth
- cooperar con 500 pesos — to contribute 500 pesos
- la UE coopera con medicamentos — the EU is contributing medical supplies
- cooperar con un donativo — to make a contribution / donation
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