partner


partner
01. He lost everything he had when his business [partner] gambled all their money on a new product that failed.
02. She and her best friend became [partners], and opened up a computer consulting business last year.
03. Sony has recently entered into a [partnership] with Warner Brothers to strengthen their hold on the entertainment industry.
04. My golf [partner] is really slow, so we had to let a number of people play through.
05. Hello. I'm Richard, and this is my [partner], Steve.
06. For some people, the person they would choose as a lover is not necessarily the same type of person they would like as a marriage [partner].
07. Swing your [partner] round and round, dosey-do and don't fall down.
08. There is an Indian proverb which states that one of the two [partners] always bites the best part of the apple.
09. After mating, the female black widow spider turns on her [partner], and eats him.
10. The two companies have become [partners] in a new business venture overseas.
11. Turkmenistan is looking for foreign [partners] to help modernize its industries.
12. In November of 1995, Hsu You-shen and Gary Harriman were [partners] in the first gay wedding to be held in Taiwan.
13. Mignon McLaughlin once suggested that the head never rules the heart, but just becomes its [partner] in crime.
14. Jean Rostand once claimed that a married couple are well suited when both [partners] usually feel the need for a quarrel at the same time.
15. The writing [partnership] of Lennon and McCartney produced some of the greatest pop songs of our generation.
16. The government is actively pursuing a private-public [partnership] to develop the new extension to the subway system.
17. We split up the [partnership] when we realized we had different goals for the business.
18. Successful business [partnerships] are based on regular, open communication and mutual trust.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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