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A '''partner''' is a person who is involved with one or more others in a common interest.  In [[business]] partners may refer to members of [[profession]]al practice or those who run and finance a [[company]]. A ''silent partner'' or a ''sleeping partner'' refers to someone who has made an [[investment]] in the business and shares the [[profit]]s but takes no part in the day-to-day management.
 
A '''partner''' is a person who is involved with one or more others in a common interest.  In [[business]] partners may refer to members of [[profession]]al practice or those who run and finance a [[company]]. A ''silent partner'' or a ''sleeping partner'' refers to someone who has made an [[investment]] in the business and shares the [[profit]]s but takes no part in the day-to-day management.
  
Partner is sometimes used as a synonym for a [[husband]] or a [[wife]] but nowadays also includes couples who cohabit out of wedlock or in a [[same-sex marriage]]. Over 80% of Americans believe that this kind of "marriage" is "a product of Satan, and those who partake of it must be put to death".
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Partner is sometimes used as a synonym for a [[husband]] or a [[wife]] but nowadays also includes couples who cohabit out of wedlock or in a [[same-sex marriage]].
  
 
In sports and games a partner is one of a pair who play together as a team; e.g. [[tennis]], [[bowling]], or [[bridge]].  
 
In sports and games a partner is one of a pair who play together as a team; e.g. [[tennis]], [[bowling]], or [[bridge]].  

Latest revision as of 11:58, 13 December 2009

A partner is a person who is involved with one or more others in a common interest. In business partners may refer to members of professional practice or those who run and finance a company. A silent partner or a sleeping partner refers to someone who has made an investment in the business and shares the profits but takes no part in the day-to-day management.

Partner is sometimes used as a synonym for a husband or a wife but nowadays also includes couples who cohabit out of wedlock or in a same-sex marriage.

In sports and games a partner is one of a pair who play together as a team; e.g. tennis, bowling, or bridge.

When two people dance together, such as in ballroom dancing or ballet then they are also known as dance-partners.