Definition of Coinventor

1. Noun. One who invents something jointly with another person or persons. ¹



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Definition of Coinventor

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coinventor

cointer
cointerred
cointerring
cointers
cointervention
cointerventions
cointreau
cointreaus
cointroduction
coinvariants
coinvent
coinvented
coinventing
coinvention
coinventions
coinventor (current term)
coinventors
coinventorship
coinvents
coinverse
coinverses
coinversion
coinversions
coinvestigator
coinvestigators
coinvestor
coinvestors
coir
coire licet
coirs

Literary usage of Coinventor

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1. Globalization of Materials R&d: Time for a National Strategy by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"These data show, for example, that about 55 percent of patent applications from Luxembourg have at least one coinventor not from Luxembourg. ..."

2. Pan-Americanism: Its Beginnings by Joseph Byrne Lockey (1920)
"... Thornton turned his attention to other things, thus abandoning the honor which might have been his as a coinventor of the steamboat.21 Other inventions ..."

3. Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing Americ by Cosepup (2007)
"In 1980, he was given Medtronic's Invention of Distinction award for his role as coinventor of the ..."

4. A General History of Mathematics from the Earliest Times to the Middle of by Charles Bossut (1803)
"This first sentiment was just: but we find with regret, that, after the death of Leibnitz, he endeavoured to make himselt considered as the coinventor of ..."

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