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Related to coeval: coetaneous
Originating or existing during the same period; lasting through the same era.
One of the same era or period; a contemporary.
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of or belonging to the same age or generation
[C17: from Late Latin coaevus from Latin co- + aevum age]
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1. of the same age or duration; equally old: This manuscript is coeval with that one.
2. coincident or contemporaneous.n.
3. a contemporary.
syn: See contemporary.
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|Noun||1.||coeval - a person of nearly the same age as another|
|Adj.||1.||coeval - of the same period|
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One of the same time or age as another:
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B. N → coetáneo/a m/f, contemporáneo/a m/f
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n → Zeitgenosse m
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