Definition of cordinates
1. coordinate [ v ] bring order and organization to
Examples: "Can you help me organize my files?"
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The Farm_Credit_Administration , an independent agency located within the Department_of_Agriculture , supervises and coordinates a cooperative credit_system for agriculture .Synonyms coordinate organize organise Related Terms arrange structure categorize interlock arrangement administration constitution organization organization organization coordinator organizer
2. coordinate [ v ] bring into common action, movement, or condition
Examples: "coordinate the painters, masons, and plumbers" "coordinate his actions with that of his colleagues" "coordinate our efforts"
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One specific example is a secret `` fraternity '' which will `` coordinate anti-Communist efforts '' .
The Illinois_Commission for Handicapped Children , which for 20 years has had the responsibility of coordinating the services of tax supported and voluntary organizations serving handicapped children , of studying the needs of handicapped children in Illinois , and of promoting more adequate services for them , indeed welcomes this new important resource which will help the people of Illinois toward the goal of providing an education for all_of its children .
(Glenn Infield, "America's Secret Poison Gas Tragedy"...)
Then he was to co-ordinate his fire with a radar-controlled shore gun firing white tracers .
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Six cities and towns are presently on a July_1 - June 30 fiscal_year and have coordinated their tax_collection year with_it .Synonyms coordinate Related Terms manage coordination
3. coordinate [ n ] a number that identifies a position relative to an axisUsed in print:
(R. P. Jerrard, "Inscribed squares in plane curves"...)
In the f-plane the coordinates of the corresponding point are **f .
In the C-plane we construct a set of rectangular Cartesian coordinates u , v with the origin at Q and such_that both C and **f have finite slope at Q .Synonyms coordinate co-ordinate Related Terms number dimension intercept abscissa ordinate polar_coordinate cartesian_coordinate
4. coordinate [ v ] be co-ordinated
Examples: "These activities co-ordinate well"
(David Boroff, "Jewish Teen-Age Culture"...)
Under pressure from parents , the majority of Brooklyn_College girls major in education since that co-ordinates best with marriage plans - limited graduate study requirement and convenient working hours .Synonyms coordinate Related Terms meet coordination
5. coordinate [ a ] of equal importance, rank, or degreeUsed in print:
(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)
Man has the experience of being helpfully allied_with what he cannot fully understand ; he is a coordinate part of all_of the mysterious energy and being and movement .Synonyms coordinate Related Terms equal
6. coordinate [ v ] bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation
Examples: "align the wheels of my car" "ordinate similar parts"
(Max F. Millikan and Donald L. M. Blackmer,...)
Capital flows must be coordinated with national needs and planning .Synonyms coordinate ordinate align Related Terms adjust misalign coordination
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