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Co-op or Coop or COOP may refer to
- chicken coop, a pen or enclosure for birds
- cooperative ("coop") or co-operative ("co-op"), an autonomous association of persons who voluntarily cooperate for their mutual, social, economic, and cultural benefit
- Slang for a prison
- Continuity of Operations plan, a United States continuity of government initiative
- Craft of Opportunity Program, a Royal Australian Navy minesweeper acquisition program
- Coop (Italy), an Italian supermarket chain
- Coop (Netherlands), a Dutch supermarket chain
- Coop Norden, a Scandinavian purchasing company, owner of different types of stores named Coop in Scandinavia
- Coop (Switzerland), a Swiss supermarket chain
- Coop Himmelb(l)au, an architectural design firm
- Federated Co-operatives, a Canadian co-operative federation known for its "CO-OP" brand products and stores
- Harvard/MIT Cooperative Society, nicknamed "The Coop", a cooperative campus store based in Cambridge, Massachusetts
- The Co-operative brand, a branding used by several UK co-operative businesses (not the same as the Co-operative Group), including a well-known supermarket chain generally referred to as "The Co-Op"
- The Co-operative Group, a group of UK co-operative businesses
- Cooperative education, structured method of combining classroom-based education with practical work experience.
- Cooperative gameplay in video games
A co-operative federation or secondary co-operative is a co-operative in which all members are, in turn, co-operatives:
- Coop (artist), an American Hot-Rod artist
- Coop (Charmed), short for "Cupid", a character in the television series
- Grant Cooper, student at Ursinus College, nickname "Coop"
- Marissa Cooper's nickname on The O.C.
- Michael Cooper, basketball coach and former player
- Coop, a character onMegas XLR
- Co-Op Block and J. N. Ireland Bank, a NRHP-listed property in Malad City, Idaho
- Co-Operative, Kentucky
- Co-operative Block Building, a NRHP-listed property in Crawford, Nebraska
- Coop Arena, an indoor sporting arena in Luleå, Sweden
Types of cooperative organizations
- Agricultural cooperative, also known as a farmers' co-op, an enterprise or company where farmers pool their resources in certain areas of activity
- Artist cooperative, an autonomous visual arts organization, enterprise, or association jointly-owned and democratically-controlled by and for the benefit of its artist-members
- Building cooperative, a cooperative housing corporation where individuals or families together to directly construct their own homes in a cooperative fashion
- Consumer cooperative, a cooperative business owned by its customers for their mutual benefit
- Housing cooperative, a legal entity that owns real estate, as opposed to a condominium
- Retailers' cooperative, or a secondary or marketing cooperative, an organization which employs economies of scale on behalf of its members to get discounts from manufacturers and to pool marketing
- Utility cooperative, a public utility that is owned by its customers
- Worker cooperative, or producer cooperative, an enterprise or company owned and democratically controlled by its worker-owners
- CO-OP Financial Services
- Coop, a minor political party in the Philippines
- The Co-op, a 1980s singer-songwriter cooperative that formed the Fast Folk musical magazine
- COOP exam, a standardized admission test to certain catholic high schools
- A type of street football with one goal
- A Truck scale on a US Highway, mostly used by truck drivers, also known as a "chicken coop"
- .coop, a sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet
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