Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cooperate.(verb)
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Use "cooperates" in a sentence
"Rogers, who has regularly visited Afghanistan, where his brother, an Army general, also served, depicted Ahmed Wali Karzai as someone who "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence, but is not a controlled agent."
"Rep. Mike Rogers (R - Mich.), the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee panel that oversees human intelligence issues, told SpyTalk last October that Karzai "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence but is not a controlled agent."
"Rogers said in an interview that Ahmed Wali Karzai, widely reported to be protecting the heroin trade in southern Afghanistan, "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence, but is not a controlled agent."