Co*p"er*a*tive(?), a. Operating jointly to the same end.
Coperative society, a society established on the principle of a joint-stock association, for the production of commodities, or their purchase and distribution for consumption, or for the borrowing and lending of capital among its members. --
Coperative store, a store established by a coperative society, where the members make their purchases and share in the profits or losses.
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