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coordinate with (someone or something)

1. To arrange something with someone. A noun or pronoun can be used between "coordinate" and "with." If you want to meet, coordinate it with my assistant—he knows my schedule better than I do.
2. To be in harmony with something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "coordinate" and "with." The pattern of your tie doesn't coordinate with your shirt at all—go change!
See also: coordinate

coordinate something with something

 
1. to make something harmonize with something else. I want to coordinate my hat with my shoes. Is this tie coordinated with my jacket?
2. to synchronize something with something else. Let us coordinate our actions in this matter. I think we should coordinate our departure times with that of Fred.
See also: coordinate
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Improved APIT algorithm [6], which bases on triangle-gravity-center calculation and grid scanning, considers the triangle-gravity-center as the coordinates of unknown nodes.
The infinite coordinate time t required to reach the critical radius has been explained as the result of a "pathology" in the coordinates used to express the Schwarzschild metric.
Such an auxiliary coordinate system may be a 3D Cartesian horizontal coordinate system with its origin at the position of the measurement instrument, Geodetic or 3D Cartesian geocentric equatorial coordinates of point should be known for relating observations to the geodetic coordinate system.
Although there are various coordinate formats, it is intended for use with coordinates measured in degrees, minutes, seconds, and decimal seconds.
One of the objectives in coordinate geometry is to express geometric relations in terms of the coordinates of points.
We call carbon, or tetrahedral, coordinates the coordinates of a rector expressed in terms of the basis B'.
Particles are then mapped onto processors on the basis of their x, y, and z coordinates.
Within days, the first "cache" was established near Portland, Oregon, and its coordinates listed on an internet newsgroup for GPS users.
Another option would be traditional coordinate measuring machines, or CMMs, but they are typically mounted on a fixed-bed and occupy considerable space.
He then generalized the result to produce a formula that relates the curvatures and coordinates of the centers of four mutually tangent circles--just as Descartes had done for curvatures alone.
Penney online shopping site, coordinates is one of eight subcategories under Bath Shop, along with accessories, fixtures, furniture, mats and sets, scales, shower curtains, and towels.
This center coordinates interagency operational and support needs of the deployment and manages joint agency public information and media interaction.
The definition approved by the Case Management Society of America is as follows: "Case management is a collaborative process which assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates options and services to meet an individual's health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.
To make Kyoko move, the computer changes the coordinates of her body parts.
Within the framework established by the Board of Directors, she plans, organizes, coordinates, controls, and directs the staff, programs, and activities of the association.
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