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co·in·cide

 (kō′ĭn-sīd′)
intr.v. co·in·cid·ed, co·in·cid·ing, co·in·cides
1. To occupy the same relative position or the same area in space.
2. To happen at the same time or during the same period.
3. To correspond exactly; be identical. See Synonyms at correspond.
4. To agree exactly, as in opinion; concur.

[Medieval Latin coincidere : Latin co-, co- + Latin incidere, to occur; see incident.]

coincide

(ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd)
vb (intr)
1. to occur or exist simultaneously
2. to be identical in nature, character, etc
3. to agree
[C18: from Medieval Latin coincidere, from Latin co- together + incidere to occur, befall, from cadere to fall]

co•in•cide

(ˌkoʊ ɪnˈsaɪd)

v.i. -cid•ed, -cid•ing.
1. to occupy the same location or period in time: Our vacations coincided this year.
2. to correspond exactly, as in nature.
3. to concur: Our opinions coincide more often than not.
[1635–45; < Medieval Latin coincidere= Latin co- co- + incidere to befall; see incident]

coincide


Past participle: coincided
Gerund: coinciding

Imperative
coincide
coincide
Present
I coincide
you coincide
he/she/it coincides
we coincide
you coincide
they coincide
Preterite
I coincided
you coincided
he/she/it coincided
we coincided
you coincided
they coincided
Present Continuous
I am coinciding
you are coinciding
he/she/it is coinciding
we are coinciding
you are coinciding
they are coinciding
Present Perfect
I have coincided
you have coincided
he/she/it has coincided
we have coincided
you have coincided
they have coincided
Past Continuous
I was coinciding
you were coinciding
he/she/it was coinciding
we were coinciding
you were coinciding
they were coinciding
Past Perfect
I had coincided
you had coincided
he/she/it had coincided
we had coincided
you had coincided
they had coincided
Future
I will coincide
you will coincide
he/she/it will coincide
we will coincide
you will coincide
they will coincide
Future Perfect
I will have coincided
you will have coincided
he/she/it will have coincided
we will have coincided
you will have coincided
they will have coincided
Future Continuous
I will be coinciding
you will be coinciding
he/she/it will be coinciding
we will be coinciding
you will be coinciding
they will be coinciding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coinciding
you have been coinciding
he/she/it has been coinciding
we have been coinciding
you have been coinciding
they have been coinciding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coinciding
you will have been coinciding
he/she/it will have been coinciding
we will have been coinciding
you will have been coinciding
they will have been coinciding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coinciding
you had been coinciding
he/she/it had been coinciding
we had been coinciding
you had been coinciding
they had been coinciding
Conditional
I would coincide
you would coincide
he/she/it would coincide
we would coincide
you would coincide
they would coincide
Past Conditional
I would have coincided
you would have coincided
he/she/it would have coincided
we would have coincided
you would have coincided
they would have coincided
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.coincide - go with, fall together
coexist - exist together
overlap - coincide partially or wholly; "Our vacations overlap"
2.coincide - happen simultaneously; "The two events coincided"
hap, happen, occur, come about, take place, go on, pass off, fall out, pass - come to pass; "What is happening?"; "The meeting took place off without an incidence"; "Nothing occurred that seemed important"
3.coincide - be the same; "our views on this matter coincided"
correspond, gibe, jibe, match, tally, agree, fit, check - be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics; "The two stories don't agree in many details"; "The handwriting checks with the signature on the check"; "The suspect's fingerprints don't match those on the gun"

coincide

verb
1. occur simultaneously, coexist, synchronize, be concurrent The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of his death.
2. agree, match, accord, square, correspond, tally, concur, harmonize a case in which public and private interests coincide
agree part, separate, divide, differ, disagree, contradict, diverge, be inconsistent, be unlike

coincide

verb
1. To occur at the same time:
2. To come to an understanding or to terms:
Translations
يَتَزامَنُيَتَزامَنُ، يَتَصادَفُ معيَتَوافَق
přihodit se současněshodovat sesplývat
falde sammen medske samtidigstemme overens
sattua samaan aikaanvastata
podudarati se
falla samansamsvara
同時に起こる
동시에 일어나다
atbilstsakrist
samenvallencoïncideren
sammanfalla
สอดคล้องกันพอดี
aynı zamanda olmakçakışmakuymak
trùng lặp

coincide

[ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd] VI
1. (= happen at same time) → coincidir
to coincide withcoincidir con
2. (= agree) → estar de acuerdo
to coincide withestar de acuerdo con

coincide

[ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd] vi
[events] → coïncider
[ideas, interests, views] → coïncider

coincide

vi (in time, place) → zusammenfallen; (in area) → sich decken; (= agree)übereinstimmen; the two concerts coincidedie beiden Konzerte finden zur gleichen Zeit statt

coincide

[ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd] vi to coincide (with)coincidere (con)

coincide

(kouinˈsaid) verb
1. to occupy (often by accident) the same space or time. Her arrival coincided with his departure.
2. to agree. This coincides with what he told us; Their tastes in music coincide.
coincidence (kouˈinsidəns) noun
(an) accidental happening of one event at the same time as another. By a strange coincidence we were both on the same train.
coˌinciˈdental (-ˈden-) adjective

coincide

يَتَزامَنُ přihodit se současně ske samtidig zusammenfallen συμπίπτω coincidir sattua samaan aikaan coïncider podudarati se coincidere 同時に起こる 동시에 일어나다 samenvallen falle sammen zbiec się coincidir совпадать sammanfalla สอดคล้องกันพอดี çakışmak trùng lặp 巧合

coincide

vi. coincidir.
References in classic literature ?
In a word, I believe,--and my legal advisers coincide in the belief, which, moreover, is authorized, to a certain extent, by the family traditions,--that my grandfather was in possession of some deed, or other document, essential to this claim, but which has since disappeared.
I could not be happy with a man whose taste did not in every point coincide with my own.
I rather think his appearance there was distasteful to Catherine; she was not artful, never played the coquette, and had evidently an objection to her two friends meeting at all; for when Heathcliff expressed contempt of Linton in his presence, she could not half coincide, as she did in his absence; and when Linton evinced disgust and antipathy to Heathcliff, she dared not treat his sentiments with indifference, as if depreciation of her playmate were of scarcely any consequence to her.
There was an astronomer, who had undertaken to place a sun-dial upon the great weathercock on the town-house, by adjusting the annual and diurnal motions of the earth and sun, so as to answer and coincide with all accidental turnings of the wind.
If the impulse and the opportunity be suffered to coincide, we well know that neither moral nor religious motives can be relied on as an adequate control.
The frozen poles of the earth do not coincide, either in the southern or in the northern regions; and, until it is proved to the contrary, we may suppose either a continent or an ocean free from ice at these two points of the globe.
You will scream at me (that is, if you condescend to do so) that no one is touching my free will, that all they are concerned with is that my will should of itself, of its own free will, coincide with my own normal interests, with the laws of nature and arithmetic.
Here Frances had greatly the worst of it, not only because she was unskilled to argue, but because her own real opinions on the point in question happened to coincide pretty nearly with Mr.
Their old jealousies and differences continued; they never could coincide in their choice, and the captain objected altogether to any site so high up the river.
I avoided him during the rest of the passage, by advice of the captain, who seemed to coincide with me altogether in my views of his insanity, but cautioned me to say nothing on this head to any person on board.
Why, it is the general custom in Egypt to deprive a corpse, before embalmment, of its bowels and brains; the race of the Scarabaei alone did not coincide with the custom.
Mortimer, with whose opinion he himself pretended to coincide.