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Definition of 'coordinate'

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Then, timing her move to coordinate with that of the lighting man, she moved round to the open passenger window. Parkes, Roger RIOT (2001)Susan found Mimi reclining upon the chaise longue, which had been reupholstered to coordinate with her wedding picture. Smith, Evelyn E MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2001)Not only did we not coordinate, we didn't even know about their plan. James W. Huston FLASH POINT (2001)

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British English: coordinate VERB
If you coordinate the different parts of your body, you make them work together efficiently to perform particular movements.
You need to coordinate legs, arms, and breathing for the front crawl.
British English: coordinate NOUN
The coordinates of a point on a map or graph are the two sets of numbers or letters that you need in order to find that point.
Can you give me your coordinates?
British English: co-ordinate VERB
If you co-ordinate an activity, you organize the various people and things involved in it.
Government officials visited the earthquake zone to co-ordinate the relief effort.

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