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co·ex·ist

 (kō′ĭg-zĭst′)
intr.v. co·ex·ist·ed, co·ex·ist·ing, co·ex·ists
1. To exist together, at the same time, or in the same place.
2. To live in peace with another or others despite differences, especially as a matter of policy: "I've been wrestling with the dilemma of how you coexist with those you hate" (Ariel Dorfman).

co′ex·is′tence n.
co′ex·is′tent adj.

coexist

(ˌkəʊɪɡˈzɪst)
vb (intr)
1. to exist together at the same time or in the same place
2. to exist together in peace
ˌcoexˈistence n
ˌcoexˈistent adj

co•ex•ist

(ˌkoʊ ɪgˈzɪst)

v.i.
1. to exist simultaneously.
2. (esp. of nations) to exist together peacefully.
[1670–80]

coexist


Past participle: coexisted
Gerund: coexisting

Imperative
coexist
coexist
Present
I coexist
you coexist
he/she/it coexists
we coexist
you coexist
they coexist
Preterite
I coexisted
you coexisted
he/she/it coexisted
we coexisted
you coexisted
they coexisted
Present Continuous
I am coexisting
you are coexisting
he/she/it is coexisting
we are coexisting
you are coexisting
they are coexisting
Present Perfect
I have coexisted
you have coexisted
he/she/it has coexisted
we have coexisted
you have coexisted
they have coexisted
Past Continuous
I was coexisting
you were coexisting
he/she/it was coexisting
we were coexisting
you were coexisting
they were coexisting
Past Perfect
I had coexisted
you had coexisted
he/she/it had coexisted
we had coexisted
you had coexisted
they had coexisted
Future
I will coexist
you will coexist
he/she/it will coexist
we will coexist
you will coexist
they will coexist
Future Perfect
I will have coexisted
you will have coexisted
he/she/it will have coexisted
we will have coexisted
you will have coexisted
they will have coexisted
Future Continuous
I will be coexisting
you will be coexisting
he/she/it will be coexisting
we will be coexisting
you will be coexisting
they will be coexisting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coexisting
you have been coexisting
he/she/it has been coexisting
we have been coexisting
you have been coexisting
they have been coexisting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coexisting
you will have been coexisting
he/she/it will have been coexisting
we will have been coexisting
you will have been coexisting
they will have been coexisting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coexisting
you had been coexisting
he/she/it had been coexisting
we had been coexisting
you had been coexisting
they had been coexisting
Conditional
I would coexist
you would coexist
he/she/it would coexist
we would coexist
you would coexist
they would coexist
Past Conditional
I would have coexisted
you would have coexisted
he/she/it would have coexisted
we would have coexisted
you would have coexisted
they would have coexisted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.coexist - coexist peacefully, as of nations
coexist - exist together
2.coexist - exist together
exist, be - have an existence, be extant; "Is there a God?"
coexist - coexist peacefully, as of nations
coincide, cooccur, co-occur - go with, fall together
Translations
בצוותאלהתקיים
egymás mellett él
coëxisteren

coexist

[ˈkəʊɪgˈzɪst] VIcoexistir (with con)

coexist

co-exist [ˌkəʊɪgˈzɪst] vicoexister
to coexist with sth → coexister avec qch

coexist

vikoexistieren (Pol, Sociol, geh), → nebeneinander bestehen; to coexist with or alongside somebody/somethingneben or mit jdm/etw bestehen or existieren

coexist

[ˈkəʊɪgˈzɪst] vicoesistere
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