coincident


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co·in·ci·dent

 (kō-ĭn′sĭ-dənt)
adj.
1. Occupying the same area in space or happening at the same time: a series of coincident events. See Synonyms at contemporary.
2. Being in agreement or harmony: testimony that was coincident with the actual facts.
3. Matching point for point; coinciding: coincident circles.

coincident

(kəʊˈɪnsɪdənt)
adj
1. having the same position in space or time
2. (usually: postpositive and foll by with) in exact agreement; consonant

co•in•ci•dent

(koʊˈɪn sɪ dənt)

adj.
1. happening at the same time.
2. coinciding; occupying the same place or position.
3. of like nature or agreeing (usu. fol. by with).
[1555–65; < Medieval Latin coincident-, s. of coincidēns, present participle of coincidere to coincide]
syn: See contemporary.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.coincident - occurring or operating at the same time; "a series of coincident events"
synchronal, synchronic, synchronous - occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase; "recovery was synchronous with therapy"- Jour.A.M.A.; "a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations"
2.coincident - matching point for point; "coincident circles"
congruent - coinciding when superimposed

coincident

adjective
1. coinciding, correspondent, coordinate, concomitant, contemporaneous, synchronous The Moon's path through the sky is more or less coincident with the Sun's.
2. in agreement, compatible, harmonious, concurring, consonant, in accord His wishes were coincident with hers.

coincident

adjective
1. Existing or occurring at the same moment:
2. Occurring or existing with:
Translations
olevapaikkasamasamanaikainenyhtäaikainen

coincident

[kəʊˈɪnsɪdənt] ADJ
1. (= simultaneous) [events] → coincidente
coincident with her marriageal mismo tiempo que su boda ...
2. (= identical) [ideas, opinions] → coincidente
to be coincident withcoincidir con

coincident

adj (in time) → zusammentreffend; (in place) → zusammenfallend; (= agreeing)übereinstimmend
References in classic literature ?
The best form of recognition is coincident with a Reversal of the Situation, as in the Oedipus.
His object now was to raise within the center of the well, and with a coincident axis, a cylinder 900 feet high, and nine feet in diameter, which should exactly fill up the space reserved for the bore of the Columbiad.
The deeper we delve in search of these causes the more of them we find; and each separate cause or whole series of causes appears to us equally valid in itself and equally false by its insignificance compared to the magnitude of the events, and by its impotence- apart from the cooperation of all the other coincident causes- to occasion the event.
There is, perhaps, nothing more likely to disturb the tranquillity of nations than their being bound to mutual contributions for any common object that does not yield an equal and coincident benefit.
Perhaps the idea of Grogswigg- nearly coincident with that of Kroutaplenttey -- is to be cautiously preferred.
It was, I confess, beyond my hope to meet with this rare combination of elements both solid and attractive, adapted to supply aid in graver labors and to cast a charm over vacant hours; and but for the event of my introduction to you (which, let me again say, I trust not to be superficially coincident with foreshadowing needs, but providentially related thereto as stages towards the completion of a life's plan), I should presumably have gone on to the last without any attempt to lighten my solitariness by a matrimonial union.
Wallace, in which he concludes, that 'every species has come into existence coincident both in space and time with a pre-existing closely allied species.' And I now know from correspondence, that this coincidence he attributes to generation with modification.
The last completed period of English literature, almost coincident in extent with the reign of the queen whose name it bears
Poetry and prudence should be coincident. Poets should be lawgivers; that is, the boldest lyric inspiration should not chide and insult, but should announce and lead the civil code and the day's work.
However that might be, it is certain that shortly after the accident referred to, which was coincident with the arrival of an awakening Methodist preacher at Treddleston, a great change had been observed in the brickmaker; and though he was still known in the neighbourhood by his old sobriquet of "Brimstone," there was nothing he held in so much horror as any further transactions with that evil-smelling element.
"You will observe," said Holmes, laying down the volume, "that the sudden breaking up of the society was coincident with the disappearance of Openshaw from America with their papers.
Components of the coincident composite index in November (m-o-m) service output (0.3%), retail sales (1.9%), nonfarm payroll employment (0.0%), mining & manufacturing production (-0.4%), value of construction completed (-1.5%), domestic shipments (-0.1%), imports (-0.3%)