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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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The purpose of these new positions is to ensure that industry issues get applied and coordinated into non-coordinated examination cases at the district level.
Reinbeck pointed out that many of the coordinated bath sets have corresponding bedding available for bed/bath suites.
'This coordinated naval operations, which we are conducting annually, strengthen the bilateral cooperation of the two countries in securing the border and as we increase the frequency of our coordinated plus our unilateral and independent patrol, we will be able to deter, and curb sea crimes; and prevent terrorists from using the border as transit point, ' Santos said.
Luke's Warren Hospital since joining Coordinated Health and others had limited volumes to less than one surgery per month.
A reading at Moe's Books coordinated by the writer/activist Summer Brenner and the poet/writer/activist Owen Hill.
(14) The Court's ruling turned on whether CRP's ad purchase was an "independent expenditure," a "campaign contribution," or a "coordinated expenditure." (15) The Court found that the CRP's ad purchase was an independent expenditure deserving constitutional protection.
Metal recycling was coordinated through a local metal recycling vendor who was already under contract to SNL/ NM for other metal recycling services.
Contact tracing, issuing verbal quarantine orders and instructions, and delivering news to the public were generally well coordinated. When concerns about privacy issues arose in framing public announcements, a US Department of Health and Human Services representative assured participants that Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule provisions would not restrict release of protected health information, as necessary, to inform the public of the crisis and instruct them about protective measures.
A mix of interrelated reasons makes coordinated attacks appealing to terrorist groups.
For a program with the scope and complexity of ABCS 6.4, it is imperative to develop a coordinated organizational plan from the beginning that addresses:
In a separate, coordinated action, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced on January 27, 2005, the modification of its consent order to cease and desist dated May 13, 2004, against Riggs Bank, N.A., McLean, Virginia.
A coordinated fundraising effort is necessary to channel the generosity of Canadians so as to reach the intended beneficiaries quickly and in the most efficient manner possible.
If enterprise risk management is the goal and the two primary sources of income and profit for an insurer are premium and investments, how can the sales and investment strategies be coordinated without sub-optimizing the results of one or both?
Some advocacy representatives commented that even if EA programs could be coordinated, and some studies combined 2 or more new drugs, there would still he patients who could not obtain access to multiple new agents at the same time.
Under the debt relief initiative, debtor governments that have met the eligibility requirement develop a coordinated national plan, known as a Poverty Reduction Strategy, for how they will use newly available resources to fund domestic efforts in education, health, and other areas.
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