joint enterprise

Definition of "joint enterprise"
  1. An endeavor undertaken by two or more individuals that share the same interests and level of control, which may be a business, a legal partnership, or a criminal conspiracy
How to use "joint enterprise" in a sentence
  1. They entered a joint enterprise to open a new restaurant in the city.
  2. If members of a gang are engaged in a joint enterprise, they can be collectively responsible for crimes committed.
  3. Three locals started a joint enterprise to restore the old theater in town.

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