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co-existverb [I]

also coexist uk   /ˌkəʊ.ɪɡˈzɪst/ us   /ˌkoʊ.ɪɡˈzɪst/
to live or exist together at the same time or in the same place: He does not believe that modern medicine can co-exist with faith-healing.
coexistence
noun [U] uk   /ˌkəʊ.ɪɡˈzɪs.təns/ us   /ˌkoʊ.ɪɡˈzɪs.təns/
The two communities enjoyed a period of peaceful coexistence.
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"co-exist" in Business English

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co-existverb [I]

also coexist uk   us  
to live or exist together at the same time or in the same place: In large cities rich and poor often coexist side by side.co-exist with sth/sb Internet-based information systems often co-exist with EDI systems.
(Definition of co-exist from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “co-exist”
in Spanish coexistir, convivir…
in Vietnamese chung sống…
in Malaysian hidup berdampingan…
in Thai อยู่ด้วยกัน…
in French coexister…
in German nebeneinanderleben…
in Chinese (Simplified) 共生, 共处, 共存…
in Indonesian hidup berdampingan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 共生, 共處, 共存…
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