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Definition of "co-ordinating" [co-ordinating]

  • Present participle of co-ordinate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "co-ordinating" in a sentence
  • "Hueber found himself in difficulty when questioned about whether the US was co-ordinating its attacks with rebel forces, which might be in breach of the UN mandate."
  • "We saw the humidity-controlled cold store, and the office that handles what is now The Watercress Company's modern operation supplying supermarkets all year, and co-ordinating supplies from Alresford in Hampshire and, in winter, from Spain and Florida too."
  • "The video shows protesters, accompanied by news media, entering the lobby en masse.9.23pm: More on the story I quoted at 6.05pm about potential FBI involvement in co-ordinating the various Occupy crackdowns."
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