cofound

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verb co·found \ ˌkō-ˈfau̇nd \
variants: or co-found
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of cofound

cofounded or co-founded; cofounding or cofounding
transitive verb
:to join one or more others in founding (something, such as an organization or institution) :to found (something) jointly
  • Renowned prankster and engineer Steve Wozniak has returned to the company he cofounded seven years ago.
  • —Paul Freiberger
  • … she went on to co-found the Agricultural Workers Association, which would eventually become the United Farm Workers.
  • —Ericka N. Goodman-Hughey

cofounder

play \ˌkō-ˈfau̇n-dər\ or co-founder noun, plural cofounders or co-founders
    • … Beach Boys' legend and cofounder Brian Wilson performing the entire album "Pet Sounds" is enough to give any summer concertgoer a good vibration.
    • —Craig S. Semon

First Known Use of cofound

circa 1661


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