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"coordinator" in British English

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coordinatornoun [C]

uk   /kəʊˈɔː.dɪ.neɪ.tər/  us   /koʊˈɔːr.dən.eɪ.t̬ɚ/
someone whose ​job is to make different ​groupswork together in an ​organized way to ​achieve something: We've just ​appointed a coordinator who will ​oversee the ​wholeproject.
(Definition of coordinator from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"coordinator" in Business English

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coordinatornoun [C]

(UK also co-ordinator) uk   us   /kəʊˈɔːdɪneɪtər/
WORKPLACE a ​person who is ​responsible for ​organizing the different ​activities and ​people involved in something so that it ​workseffectively: He ​applied for a ​job as a ​project coordinator. an IT/​management/​marketing coordinator She ​works as the coordinator of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
(Definition of coordinator from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “coordinator”
in Chinese (Simplified) 协调人,统筹者…
in Turkish ortak çalışmaları düzenleyen, yürüten kişi, koordinatör…
in Russian координатор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 協調人,統籌者…
in Polish koordynator/ka…
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