co-exist

Translations

co-exist

(kəuigˈzist) verb
(especially of nations, races etc) to exist side by side (especially peacefully).
co-exˈistence noun
References in classic literature ?
The child had a native grace which does not invariably co-exist with faultless beauty; its attire, however simple, always impressed the beholder as if it were the very garb that precisely became it best.
Co-Exist SOMEHOW together but apart we co-exist The very poor and the mighty rich That's the way it is and has always been The rich and the poor are a divided team While the working class struggle to survive The upper class as ever continue to thrive Fortunes handed down from father to son Unfortunately that's how it is and will always be done Their children's education is beyond reproach Taught only by the best tutor or coach A first class degree is top of their list And jobs for the boys is the final twist Finally the wealth will be passed on Creating another wealthy daughter or son.
During the House of Representations constitutional amendments committee hearing, Baguio City mayor Mauricio Domogan and ARMM regional governor consultant Randolph Parcasio said autonomy and federalism can co-exist.
NODDING TO THE POPULAR PRO-TOLERANCE TAILGATE adornment, CO-EXist "is no purple bumper sticker," says Sandi Moilanen, director of the OEDIT's international division.
London, June 21 ( ANI ): Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel could co-exist as team-mates without any problems.
The modern factory campus is a complex and increasingly changeable environment, where boundaries between types of work are blurred and blue and white collar functions are now expected to co-exist.
and learns about the faeries that co-exist with humans in the city.
This Traditional Neighborhood Development creates a true sense of community by permitting civic and commercial buildings to co-exist with nearby homes.
Indigenous people co-exist with the land and it is the artificial diocesan boundaries that cross over indigenous people's territories.
The Devil and the Disappearing Sea weaves the sad but true story with dark comic flare, and is wildly entertaining even as it is disheartening about hope for humanity's ability to co-exist with nature.
But the Dodgers slumped to 71-91 in 2005, after which it was clear the respective philosophies of Tracy and DePodesta were too different to allow the two to peacefully co-exist much longer.
As he turns to the question of how relative social inclusion can co-exist with high levels of economic exclusion, Telles notes that indices of intermarriage and residential integration are highest among the poor and working classes.