coordinate

[ adjective, noun koh-awr-dn-it, -dn-eyt; verb koh-awr-dn-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF coordinate

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COORDINATE

Darwin was the first to coordinate the ample results of these lines of research.

A leader who could not communicate with his forces and coordinate their actions would be helpless.

He moves continually, because he must coordinate and adapt his mobility.

And there are attempts, worthy attempts, to coordinate and synthesize the sciences.

They meet annually (in the autumn) and coordinate their meeting with that of the World Bank.

There was no time to coordinate these memories now or to attend to the wound in his own forehead.

And yet if only it had been possible to coordinate the two without the price of war!

These are the coordinate axes and are at right angles to each other.

I do not like to criticise a coordinate branch of the Government.

The sentences are short and connected by coordinate conjunctions.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, "of the same order," from Medieval Latin coordinatus, past participle of coordinare "to set in order, arrange" (see coordination). Meaning "involving coordination" is from 1769. Related: Coordinance.

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