coordinated

coordinated
coordinate co‧or‧di‧nate [kəʊˈɔːdneɪt ǁ koʊˈɔːr-] verb
1. [transitive] to organize an activity so that the people involved work well together and achieve a good result:

• His principal job is to coordinate all the science missions on board the ship.

2. coordinate with somebody to work with someone or with a group of people in order to do something together :

• I will be coordinating with people who have experience getting supplies into Afghanistan.

— coordinated adjective [only before a noun] :

• The US Department of Labor is making a coordinated effort nationwide to remedy wage violations within the clothing industry.

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UK US coordinate with sb/sth
Phrasal Verb with coordinate({{}}(UK also co-ordinate) /kəʊˈɔːdɪneɪt/ verb [T]
to work together with another person or organization in order to achieve something: »

Retailers should coordinate with suppliers in order to maximize the benefits of advertising campaigns.

coordinated (UK also co-ordinated) adjective
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a coordinated approach/effort


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