- v.使协调，使调和( coordinate的过去式和过去分词); 协调; 协同; 成为同等;
Town planning and land allocation had to be coordinated.
The sound has to be coordinated with the picture.
A fire could have been deliberately started to cloak small coordinated troop movements.
The numerous existing statutes are complicated and poorly coordinated.
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I'd never seen a clumsier, less coordinated boxer.
How shall short - range plans be coordinated with long - range plans?
短期 规划与 长期 规划如何相互协调一致?
All assets in all elements are efficiently combined and coordinated against a properly selected, common objective.
The sound has to be coordinated with the words on the screen.
This process also creates a coordinated route to post - occupancy evaluation.
Embryonic development is a very complicated and coordinated physiological process.
Class I occlusion with coordinated dental midline was obtained.
Other small semiminds within its body coordinated communication between the legs.
All the transition a coordinated action from top to bottom.
He is an excellent athlete; all his movements are perfectly coordinated.
The monostearate was prepared using coordinated glycerins by boric acid as catalyst.
1. operating as a unit;
"a unified utility system"
"a coordinated program"
2. being dexterous in the use of more than one set of muscle movements;
"she was usually good with her hands and well coordinated"- Mary McCarthy
3. intentionally matched;
"curtains and walls were color coordinated"