cohabit cohabit  /koʊ ˈhæ bɪt/

Definition(s):

  • (v) share living quarters; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Learn about how plants form partnerships with other forms of life, cohabit with and within other species of plants, fungi, and animals, and fight continuously for survival.
  2. Seberg tolerates most of her father's mistresses, but doesn't know what to make of the prudish Deborah Kerr, who will not cohabit with Niven until after they're married.
  3. That does not seem to be wrong for people who live with no values and or with no mission but cohabit well with only self-business-and-money world.

News

  • Hallucinating AIs could produce the perfect robot maid

    Robots that hallucinate humans to better understand a 3D space could one day lead to artificial intelligence not only better equipped to cohabit with us, but to autonomously navigate and interact with new environments. The research, “Hallucinating Humans for Learning Object Affordances” by the Personal Robotics Lab team at Cornell, posits that, for robots to Read The Full Story
    on June 21, 2013     Source: SlashGear

Quotes

  1. "This was a terrorist act by al Qaeda that was meant to create fear," Gedi told a radio station. "We have been patient for so long. We can no longer cohabit with these terrorists ...... We have to eliminate them."
    on Jun 3, 2007 By: Ali Mohamed Gedi Source: Reuters UK

  2. Through a statement published on the Internet, City Mayor Mauricio Macri said "this is an important step, because we must learn how to live in freedom without hurting the rights of others.......... We must cohabit, and accept this reality. The world...
    on Nov 13, 2009 By: Mauricio Macri Source: Buenos Aires Herald

  3. "If that is secured, then let Armenia cohabit with whoever it so chooses, whether that be Turkey, Iran, Georgia, or Azerbaijan. But if there's aggression, then we will stand by the victim countries and completely wipe out the aggressor,"...
    on Dec 12, 2009 By: Vladimir Zhirinovsky Source: History of Truth

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