co-ordination (noun)
  1. the organization of the different elements of a complex body or activity so as to enable them to work together effectively.
    "an important managerial task is the control and coordination of activities"
  2. the ability to use different parts of the body together smoothly and efficiently.
    "changing from one foot position to another requires coordination and balance"
  3. chemistry
    the linking of atoms by coordinate bonds.
mid 17th century (in the sense ‘placing in the same rank’): from French or from late Latin coordinatio(n-), based on Latin ordo, ordin- ‘order’.
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How to use coordination in a sentence?
action groups work in coordination with local groups to end rainforest destruction.
changing from one foot position to another requires coordination and balance.
an important managerial task is the control and coordination of activities.
games teach hand–eye coordination, mental agility, and alertness.
the coordination of live voice-over, music, and slides.
How to say coordination in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)koördinasie, samewerking
Arabic (NOUN)التنسيق, تنسيق
Bangla সমন্বয়
Bosnian (Latin) koordinacija
Bulgarian (NOUN)координация, съгласуване
Cantonese (Traditional) 協調
Catalan (NOUN)coordinació, concertació
Chinese Simplified 协调
Chinese Traditional 協調
Croatian (NOUN)koordinacija, usklađivanje, skladnost, suradnji
Czech (NOUN)koordinace, spolupráci
Danish (NOUN)koordinering, samordning
Dutch (NOUN)coördinatie, afstemming, gecoördineerd
Estonian (NOUN)koordineerimine, kooskõlastamine
Fijian veivakacokotaki
Filipino koordinasyon
Finnish (NOUN)koordinointi, yhteensovittaminen
German (NOUN)Koordination, Abstimmung
Greek (NOUN)συντονισμού
Haitian Creole ap travay byen ansanm
Hebrew (NOUN)תיאום, קואורדינציה, התיאום, בתיאום, תאום
Hindi (NOUN)समन्वय, तालमेल
Hmong Daw ua kom sib haum
Hungarian (NOUN)koordináció, összehangolása, egyeztetés, együttműködés
Icelandic (NOUN)samhæfingu, samræmingu
Indonesian (NOUN)koordinasi
Italian (NOUN)coordinamento
Japanese (NOUN)コーディネート, 調整, 配位, 協調, 連携, 錯体
Kiswahili (NOUN)uratibu
Korean (NOUN)코디네이션, 조정, 조화, 조율, 조화와, 조화가, 협조
Latvian (NOUN)koordinācijas, saskaņošanu, sadarbību
Lithuanian (NOUN)koordinavimo, derinimo
Malagasy fandrindrana ny
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)penyelarasan, koordinasi, kerjasama
Maltese (NOUN)kordinazzjoni, koordinament
Norwegian Bokmål koordinering
Persian (NOUN)هماهنگی
Polish (NOUN)koordynacji
Portuguese (NOUN)coordenação
Querétaro Otomi coordinación
Romanian (NOUN)coordonare
Russian (NOUN)координации, согласование
Samoan faamaopoopoga
Serbian (Cyrillic) координација
Serbian (Latin) koordinacija
Slovak (NOUN)koordinácia, spolupráci
Slovenian (NOUN)usklajevanje, koordinacije, sodelovanju
Spanish (NOUN)coordinación
Swedish (NOUN)samordning, koordination
Tahitian ohipa
Tamil ஒருங்கிணைப்பு
Telugu సమన్వయ
Thai ประสานงาน
Tongan fakafekau'aki 'o e
Turkish (NOUN)koordinasyon, eşgüdüm
Ukrainian (NOUN)координації, узгодження
Urdu کوآرڈینیشن
Vietnamese (NOUN)phối hợp
Welsh (NOUN)cydgysylltu, cydlynu, cydsymud, chydlynu, gydsymud, chydgysylltiad, gydlynu, cyd-drefnu
Yucatec Maya Coordinación
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