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What is another word for coordinated?

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Adjective
Put together as being equal, similar, or complementary to each other
“These cubes alternate with cubically coordinated void spaces along the axial directions of the structure.”
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Co-operative, working together, interacting, or mutually stimulating
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Controlled or managed accordingly
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Having a common center
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Well-defined
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Being accustomed to, or brought into harmony with
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Having different elements in the correct proportions
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Bending and moving easily and gracefully
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(of an activity or organization) Past tense for to bring different elements into a harmonious or efficient relationship
“Your responsibility will be to coordinate all relevant staff, tasks, and resources allocated to this project.”
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Past tense for to negotiate with others in order to work together effectively
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“Regardless of the design, I must coordinate with the engineers to achieve what is technically possible.”
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(of objects) Past tense for to form a pleasing or harmonious relationship or combination with
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“The ability of flowers to coordinate with a range of decorative schemes make them a perennial favorite of weddings.”
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Past tense for to obtain, arrange, or achieve by indirect, complicated or intensive efforts
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Past tense for to correspond, or make something correspond, to something else
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Past tense for to adapt to, or bring into accord with, a given environment or standard
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Past tense for to assign to a particular class or category
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(of an event or activity) Past tense for to make arrangements or preparations for
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Past tense for to regulate the speed or amount of something given or administered
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Past tense for to put on a public performance
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Gotten together with
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Past tense for to line up or arrange next to
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Past tense for to achieve through negotiation
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Past tense for establish a mutual relationship or connection between
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Past tense for make uniform in application or effect
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Past tense for to mix or blend together, typically into a single mass or unit
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