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cohabitate

[koh-hab-i-teyt] /koʊˈhæb ɪˌteɪt/
verb (used without object), cohabitated, cohabitating.
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1625-1635
1625-35; < Late Latin cohabitātus, past participle of cohabitāre cohabit; see -ate1
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Examples for cohabitate
  • Where they do cohabitate there is generally distinct species separation within water bodies.
Contemporary definitions for cohabitate
verb

to live together, though not married; cohabit

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Word Origin and History for cohabitate
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1630s, from Late Latin cohabitatus, past participle of cohabitare (see cohabitation). Related: Cohabitated; cohabitating.

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