co-ordination


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Related to co-ordination: coordination compound, Coordination number
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co-ordination

coordination [kəʊˌɔːrdɪˈneɪʃən] n
(= organizing) → coordination f
co-ordination between → coordination entre
in co-ordination with → en coordination avec
(= control) [body, limbs] → coordination f
to lose one's co-ordination → perdre son équilibre

co-ordinate

(kəuˈoːdineit) verb
to adjust (a movement or action) so that it fits in or works smoothly (with other movements or actions). In swimming the movement of one's arms and legs must be co-ordinated.
co-ordiˈnation noun
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With almost impersonal approval he noticed the perfect co-ordination of the boy's muscles, his insatiable curiosity about machinery and his fondness for animals; all of which only made his pronounced distaste for work just that much more aggravating.
The results showed that those aged seven with poor hand control, poor co-ordination and clumsiness were more likely to become obese adults.
"These games can help with children's motivation, co-ordination as well as the physical benefits," she says.
A coalition of Pakistan's opposition Islamic parties today claimed that the government and army lacked co-ordination to do relief work in the country's quake-hit areas, where between 35,000 to 40,000 people have been killed.
PLANS to restructure area co-ordination in Coventry will lead to a "watering down" of services, a meeting heard last night.
The authors were charged with developing recommendations to improve the overall response of the sector to violence through improved service delivery, increased service co-ordination and enhanced co-ordination of funding and investment strategies.
EU Competition chief Mario Monti and the Belgian Government have reached a deal to phase out the preferential tax regime for co-ordination centres, which are companies that provide financial services to other firms in a multinational group, following concerns raised by the European Commission a year ago (see issue 2770).
When your child participates in games and sports, they gain in strength and stamina, as well as developing co-ordination. Playing is the natural way for children to exercise, because when they are playing they are generally enjoying themselves.
The Government-funded study of 100 kids found playing around 18 hours a week sharpened concentration and co-ordination.
(TAP) - Centrist, nationalist and Islamist political parties announced the formation of a "co-ordination outside of power" which "defends pluralism," "advocates democracy" and proposes to participate in the revision of the legislation organising parties in Tunisia.
Nepal accords China a place of priority in its foreign relations and will strengthen co-ordination and co-operation with China