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cohort- Definition:(plural co·horts)  noun  1.  group of people: a united group of people  2.  supporter: a supporter, accomplice, or associate of a leader, especially one to whom special treatment and preference is given (disapproving)  3.  statistics group with statistical similarities: a group of people sharing a common factor such as the same age or the same income bracket, especially in a statistical survey  4.  ancient hist unit of Roman army: an ancient Roman military unit equal to one-tenth of a legion and consisting of 300 to 600 men  5.  soldiers: a group of soldiers or warriors    [15th century. < Latin cohort-

cohort- Definition:

(plural co·horts) noun 1. group of people: a united group of people 2. supporter: a supporter, accomplice, or associate of a leader, especially one to whom special treatment and preference is given (disapproving) 3. statistics group with statistical similarities: a group of people sharing a common factor such as the same age or the same income bracket, especially in a statistical survey 4. ancient hist unit of Roman army: an ancient Roman military unit equal to one-tenth of a legion and consisting of 300 to 600 men 5. soldiers: a group of soldiers or warriors [15th century. < Latin cohort- "enclosure"]

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