English words and Examples of Usage

use "coordinate" in a sentence

Or I need to coordinate my schedule so I can finish my work from home.

In this spirit we reach out to NEMA as they coordinate with their efforts.

Hezbollah commanders coordinate small elite units under their control.

Airlines didn't like it, but legally they couldn't coordinate routes or fares.

The U.S. and Canada are trying to coordinate on even newer tank car standards.

But they cannot coordinate those expenditures with the candidates’ own campaigns.

It could help coordinate disaster response during a flood, landslide or earthquake.

Encrypted social media accounts were also used to coordinate the attack, officials said.

USAID sent him to Liberia as the team leader to coordinate multiple agency responses.

Known in Low German as the Dudesche Hense, they met to coordinate their commercial interests.

Cameron is meeting US President Barack Obama and other leaders to coordinate opposition to IS.

Valayati said the residents will have to coordinate when to turn the donated space heaters on.

Family, friends and loved ones are asked to coordinate hospital visits over the next two days.

By allowing participants to coordinate their own travel to and from Naples, they have that option."

NHTSA announced last month that it would coordinate repairs of vehicles with Takata air bags.

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