co-op n : a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners [syn: cooperative]coop
2 an enclosure made or wire or metal bars in which birds or animals are kept [syn: cage]
- ko͞op, /kuːp/, /ku:p/
- Rhymes with: -uːp
- (RP): /ˈkəʊ.ɒp/, /"k@U.Qp/
- (US): kōŏp, /ˈkoʊ.ɑp/, /"koU.Ap/
- To keep in a coop.
Coop or co-op or COOP may refer to:
Cooperative organizationsA co-op is a cooperative society or company, owned by its members.
- Consumers' cooperative, a cooperative supermarket model
- Housing cooperative, a legal entity that owns real estate, as opposed to a condominium
- .coop, the top level domain used only for cooperatives on the Internet
- Coop (Philippines), a minor political party in the Philippines
- Coop (historical novel), by Upton Sinclair
- Coop (artist), an American Hot-Rod artist
- Coop (Charmed), a character on Charmed
- Coop, a character on Megas XLR.
- The Co-Op (album) by DJ Envy and Red Cafe
- The Co-op (play) by Barbara Garson
- Coop Arena, an indoor sporting arena in Luleå, Sweden
- Coop Himmelb(l)au, an architectural design firm
- CO-OP Financial Services
- Cooperative education, structured method of combining classroom-based education with practical work experience.
- Cooperative gameplay in video games
- The Co-op, a 1980s singer-songwriter cooperative that formed the Fast Folk Musical Magazine
- A type of street football with one goal
- A weight scale (or weighbridge) on a US Highway, mostly used by Truck Drivers, also known as "Chicken Coop"
- Marissa Cooper's nickname on The O.C.
- Continuity of Operations Plan, a plan to ensure the continuity of an organization
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coop in Swedish: Coop
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