What is partner?

  • (verb): Provide with a partner.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on partner:

John B. Bellinger III - Partner
... After leaving public service Bellinger became a partner at the Washington DC law firm Arnold Porter ...
Paul Monette - Biography
... In 1978 he moved to West Hollywood with his romantic partner, lawyer Roger Horwitz ... wounds, but his rage persisted." Monette died in Los Angeles, California, where he lived with his partner of five years, Winston Wilde ... Monette was survived by his partner, Winston Wilde his father, Paul Monette Sr ...
Partner - Music
... Partners (Scherrie Susaye album), 1979 Partners (Willie Nelson album), 1986. ...
Siren Sundby
... Since her sailing partner Karianne Melleby became pregnant and gave up sailing, Sundby had been looking for a new partner, but then decided that there was not enough time to ...
Kumamoto Gakuen University - Partner Institutions
... Partner Institutions KGU has signed agreements with 18 different partner institutions in the 9 countries listed below ...

More definitions of "partner":

  • (verb): Act as a partner.
    Example: "Astaire partnered Rogers"
  • (noun): A person who is a member of a partnership.

Famous quotes containing the word partner:

    When a man’s partner is killed he’s supposed to do something about it. It doesn’t make any difference what you thought of him. He was your partner, and you’re supposed to do something about it.
    Dashiell Hammett (1894–1961)

    Plantin’ and readin’, plantin’ and readin’. Fill a man full of lead, stick ‘em in the ground, and then read words on ‘em. Why when ya killed a man, why try to read the Lord in as a partner on the job.
    Borden Chase [Frank Fowler] (1900–1971)

    I swear ... to hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him partner in my livelihood; when he is in need of money to share mine with him; to consider his family as my own brothers and to teach them this art, if they want to learn it, without fee or indenture.
    Hippocrates (c. 460–c. 370 B.C.)