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17 terms

Prefix: co, com, con,col (with or together)

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coexist
to live together without any problems; to be together in the same time or place
cohesive
sticking together
coincidence
a sequence of events happening together that although accidental seems to have planned or arranged
combine
to put two things together
commiserate
to feel sorry for someone, something, or a situation; students can commiserate about homework or a serious event
committee
a group of people who meet together to discuss a topic
communication
the act of talking with someone and discussing something together
community
a place where people live together
compare
to put things together to see how they are the same
compatible
able to live together and get along; things that can go together without problems, the roommates were compatible
collect
to gather things together
co-ed (coeducational)
males and females going to school together, some colleges are not co-ed (Barnard, Simmons, Smith etc)
coordinate
to work together or help people work together, also a term used in math on a graph
concur
to agree with another person's opinion
collide
when cars collide they bump into each other, cars come together-collision (noun)
conspire
to plan together secretly
co-sign
to sign with another person (called a co-signer), if you are under 18 you need a co-signer, if you need a loan you will need a cosigner