partner


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partner

A generic term for an individual, group or organisation involved in a partnership. As commonly used in the UK, partners live in a domestic relationship under the same roof.

partner

(part′nĕr)
1. A colleague or coworker.
2. A member of a partnership.
3. A spouse or confidant.
4. A person with whom one has sex.
References in classic literature ?
Silas had to say That, he would beg to remind his comrade, brother, and partner, of the impressive passages they had read that evening; of the evident parallel in Mr Boffin's mind between them and the late owner of the Bower, and the present circumstances of the Bower; of the bottle; and of the box.
he trusted to his comrade, brother, and partner not to hesitate to set him right, and to reprove his weakness.
Study results were based on 82 women who reported their first sexual intercourse with a male partner during the study or the two weeks before enrollment.
Gain recognition and COD income: According to the letter ruling, the partnership is viewed as making a taxable transfer of its assets to the partner in satisfaction of the debt, rather than a nontaxable distribution.
The shortage of young people who are partner material has become a crisis.
From novice to advanced yogi, partner yoga may be for you if you'd like to unfold your heart, unclench your body, undo effort, unguard, shine as love's light, open deeper, trust, offer your deep presence, breathe fully, feel outward, be alive .
One partner wants to assume a debt to get the project done immediately while the other wants to stagger the project so it can be funded out of cash flow.
Bruce, who came up with the idea to partner, could pay me back from his share of the profits over time, or agree to handle most of the management of the property.
Often, the manager seeks cash flow, while the financial partner emphasizes publicly-reported earnings based on accounting principles.
The mechanisms by which these contextual factors influence sex partner selection and dynamics within sexual relationships, however, are not clear.
The Tax Court ruled that there was no partner ship, because there was no partnership agreement.