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Noun
Two people who are married or otherwise closely associated romantically
Noun
A network of individuals whom one is acquainted with
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“We currently have a profit-sharing arrangement with our local partner.”
Noun
A body of adherents or participants in a group or organization
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A group of individuals forming a collective unit that works together
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Noun
Plural for either member of a couple in a relationship
“My partner is loving and considerate, and I am a better person for having her.”
Noun
Plural for a female member of a couple in a relationship
“He loves his partner, or may not love her anymore but has become comfortable with her and does not want to change anything in his life.”
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Plural for a male member of a couple in a relationship
“Because she loves her partner, she wants to protect his reputation, and give him the benefit of the doubt.”
Noun
Plural for a person involved with others in a crime or conspiracy
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“His old partner in crime had double-crossed him and left him in the mess he now found himself in.”
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Plural for a friendly form of address, especially between men or boys
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Plural for a co-proprietor of a business or organization
Noun
Plural for a person or company that runs a business or department
Noun
Plural for a thing of the same kind as or otherwise associated with another
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Plural for a person or thing that corresponds to or has the same function as another person or thing
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Plural for a person viewed in regard to their eligibility for marriage, especially as regards class or wealth
Verb
To make or be a partner, typically for work or a performance
“It is important that you partner with the right designer for your website.”
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To accompany, especially to look after or supervise
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To put together or join to form a pair
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To accompany someone socially, typically as part of courtship
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To cooperate or determine jointly, especially in policymaking
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To agree, to be equal, to correspond to
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