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Translation of "coordinate" - English-Turkish dictionary

coordinate

verb [T] ( also UK co-ordinate)     /kəʊˈɔːdɪneɪt/
to make different people or things work together effectively, or to organize all the different parts of an activity etken çalışmayı düzenlemek, ayarlamak; koordine etmek, birlikte çalışmayı sağlamak/yürütmek My manager is coordinating the new project.Managing and organizingMatching and co-ordinating
Translations of “coordinate”
in Arabic يُنسّق…
in Korean 조직하다, 편성하다…
in Malaysian menyelaraskan…
in Italian coordinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聯合, 協調, 使相配合…
in Russian координировать…
in Polish koordynować…
in Vietnamese phối hợp…
in Spanish coordinar…
in Portuguese coordenar…
in Thai ทำให้ประสานกัน…
in Catalan coordinar…
in Japanese ~を調整する…
in Indonesian menyelaraskan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 联合, 协调, 使相配合…
(Definition of coordinate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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