comanage

verb
co·man·age | \ˌkō-ˈma-nij \
variants: or co-manage
comanaged or co-managed; comanaging or co-managing

Definition of comanage 

transitive verb

: to manage (someone or something) with one or more other people He comanages the restaurant with his sister. : to manage together If there's one thing that's harder than managing your own money it's this: co-managing money with a romantic partner.— Susannah Snider

Other Words from comanage

comanager \ˌkō-ˈma-ni-jər \ or co-manager noun plural comanagers or co-managers
… they brought Ann Richards in as campaign adviser and co-manager. — Emily W. Sunstein

First Known Use of comanage

1880, in the meaning defined above

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