Definition for CO-PART'NER

CO-PART'NER, n. [con and partner. See Coparcener.]

  1. One who has a share in a common stock for transacting business, or who is jointly concerned with one or more persons, in carrying on trade or other business; a partner; an associate, particularly in trade or manufactures.
  2. A sharer; a partaker; as, copartners of our loss. – Milton.

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