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    company for coworker

    Does "company" have any meaning of "coworker"? The example may not be related to that meaning. Someone told me he's heard of such a meaning like "coworker" or "colleague", but I don't think so.
    3 might be a similar meanig.

    kk99)He is great company because he is funny.

    Company | Define Company at Dictionary.com
    3.
    an assemblage of persons for social purposes.
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    Re: company for coworker

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    kk99)He is a great company because he is funny.
    This doesn't make sense. It should be 'He is great company because he is funny'. 'Company' in this sense is uncountable.

    See definition #2 here: James is good company (= is a cheerful person who is enjoyable to be with).
    Last edited by Chicken Sandwich; 23-Jan-2013 at 16:02. Reason: spacing problem

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    Re: company for coworker

    Sorry, it was my typing mistake, anyway I'm interested in the possible meaning of "coworker" for "company".

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    Re: company for coworker

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Sorry, it was my typing mistake, anyway I'm interested in the possible meaning of "coworker" for "company".
    "Company" does not mean "co-worker."

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