US: /ˈkoʊhɔɹt/
UK: /kˈə‍ʊhɔːt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

cohort /'kouhɔ:t/
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Advanced English dictionary

pl. v.]
1 (technical) a group of people who share a common feature or aspect of behaviour: the 1989 birth cohort (= all those born in 1989)
2 (disapproving) a member of a group of people who support another person: Robinson and his cohorts were soon ejected from the hall.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 troop, squad, squadron, platoon, brigade, unit, cadre, wing, legion, detachment, contingent:
Ten select Roman cohorts were sent against the Mitanni.
2 company, band, group, faction, set, body, corps:
She was a member of a small cohort of suffragettes.
3 companion, confederate, accomplice, associate, fellow, comrade, friend, confrère:
Gerald then arrived with a few of his cohorts.