cocreate

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verb co·cre·ate \ (ˌ)kō-krē-ˈāt , -ˈkrē-ˌāt \
variants: or co-create
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of cocreate

cocreated or co-created; cocreating or co-creating
transitive verb
:to create (something) by working with one or more others
  • He's the guy who in 1987 cocreated Photoshop, the software package that has become a digital industry standard …
  • —Julie Hinds
:to create (something) jointly
  • In the fall of 2005, Mothering and Whole Foods Market co-created an informational program and national lecture tour: Whole Baby.
  • —Kimber Pasquali

cocreator

play \(ˌ)kō-krē-ˈā-tər, -ˈkrē-ˌā-\ or co-creator noun, plural cocreators or co-creators
    • The philosophy of Seinfeld, as articulated by its star and its anhedonic executive producer and cocreator, Larry David, is, "No hugging. No learning."
    • —Lisa Schwarzbaum
    • Co-creators Ryan Murphy and Gina Matthews talk excitedly about future theme issues: cheating, fame, the social pecking order …
    • —James Poniewozik

First Known Use of cocreate

1697


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