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Meaning of “coordination” - Learner’s Dictionary

coordination

noun [U] ( also UK co-ordination)     /kəʊˌɔːdɪˈneɪʃən/
ORGANIZING
a way of organizing the different parts of an activity or making people or things work together effectively: The President called for closer coordination between business and government.Managing and organizing
BODY
the ability to make different parts of your body move together in a controlled way: Dancing helps develop balance and coordination.Skill, talent and ability
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