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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).
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1. to exist together at the same time or in the same place
2. to exist together in peace
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1. to exist simultaneously.
2. (esp. of nations) to exist together peacefully.
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Past participle: coexisted
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|Verb||1.||coexist - coexist peacefully, as of nations|
coexist - exist together
|2.||coexist - exist together|
coexist - coexist peacefully, as of nations
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coexist[ˈkəʊɪgˈzɪst] VI → coexistir (with con)
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coexist[ˈkəʊɪgˈzɪst] vi → coesistere
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