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синонимы, definition Co-ordinate

38 synonyms
6 definitions
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1. co-ordinate (a)

8 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. alike 5 letters 52 synonyms
2. balanced 8 letters 50 synonyms
3. coequal 7 letters 24 synonyms
4. commensurate 12 letters 13 synonyms
5. correspondent 13 letters 44 synonyms
6. equal 5 letters 123 synonyms
7. equated 7 letters 12 synonyms
8. similar 7 letters 41 synonym

2. co-ordinate (Verb)

29 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. adjust 6 letters 117 synonyms
2. align 5 letters 38 synonyms
3. arrange 7 letters 172 synonyms
4. attune 6 letters 19 synonyms
5. balance 7 letters 136 synonyms
6. constitute 10 letters 53 synonyms
7. construct 9 letters 50 synonyms
8. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
9. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
10. dispose 7 letters 75 synonyms
11. equal 5 letters 123 synonyms
12. equate 6 letters 31 synonym
13. equipoise 9 letters 17 synonyms
14. institute 9 letters 47 synonyms
15. manage 6 letters 108 synonyms
16. match 5 letters 138 synonyms
17. measure up 9 letters 13 synonyms
18. meet 4 letters 150 synonyms
19. order 5 letters 378 synonyms
20. ordinateen.synonym.one 8 letters 5 synonyms
21. organise 8 letters 64 synonyms
22. organize 8 letters 61 synonym
23. prepare 7 letters 95 synonyms
24. ready 5 letters 112 synonyms
25. regulate 8 letters 107 synonyms
26. set 3 letters 325 synonyms
27. synthesise 10 letters 35 synonyms
28. synthesize 10 letters 35 synonyms
29. tune 4 letters 59 synonyms
4 definitions
co-ordinate (Verb) —   Bring order and organization to 1 example
1. ex. "Can you help me coordinate my files?"
co-ordinate (Verb) —   Be co-ordinated 1 example
1. ex. "These activities coordinate well"
co-ordinate (Verb) —   Bring into common action, movement, or condition 3 examples
1. ex. "coordinate the painters, masons, and plumbers"
2. ex. "coordinate his actions with that of his colleagues"
3. ex. "coordinate our efforts"
co-ordinate (Verb) —   Bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination 1 example
1. ex. "coordinate the wheels of my car"
12 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. adjust 6 letters 117 synonyms
2. arrange 7 letters 172 synonyms
3. care 4 letters 107 synonyms
4. conform to 9 letters 3 synonyms
5. correct 7 letters 135 synonyms
6. deal 4 letters 140 synonyms
7. fit 3 letters 199 synonyms
8. handle 6 letters 122 synonyms
9. manage 6 letters 108 synonyms
10. meet 4 letters 150 synonyms
11. set 3 letters 325 synonyms
12. set up 5 letters 71 synonym
5 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. interlock 9 letters 7 synonyms
2. intermesh 9 letters 2 synonyms
3. mesh 4 letters 43 synonyms
4. misalign 8 letters 0 synonyms
5. structure 9 letters 73 synonyms

3. co-ordinate (Adjective)

1 definition
co-ordinate (Adjective) —   Of equal importance, rank, or degree

4. co-ordinate (Noun)

1 synonym
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. coordinate 10 letters 5 synonyms
1 definition
co-ordinate (Noun) —   A number that identifies a position relative to an axis
1 type of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. number 6 letters 121 synonym
2 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. cartesian coordinate 19 letters 0 synonyms
2. polar coordinate 15 letters 0 synonyms
14 misspelling
cco-ordinate co-orddinate co-ordiinate co-ordimate co-ordinaate co-ordinat co-ordinatee co-ordinatte co-ordinnate co-ordniate co-orrdinate coo-oordinate ko-ordinate o-ordinate
All synonyms in one line
alike, balanced, coequal, commensurate, correspondent, en.synonym.one, equal, equated, similar, adjust, align, arrange, attune, balance, en.synonym.one, constitute, construct, control, direct, dispose, equal, equate, equipoise, institute, manage, match, measure up, meet, order, ordinate, organise, organize, prepare, ready, regulate, en.synonym.one, set, synthesise, synthesize, tune, coordinate.
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