Definition of coaction in English:

coaction

Line breaks: co|action
Pronunciation: /kəʊˈakʃ(ə)n
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The action or process of working or acting together; cooperation.
More example sentences
  • The truth is, man's original dispositions are spontaneous; they subsist and operate in him freely, without co-action.
  • I am persuaded a more powerful impulse to polytheism arises from the co-action of two natural principles in the absence of a knowledge of God in Christ.
  • The dataset indicates that the bottom mixed layer itself and in coaction with passing internal waves effectively controls the communication between interior water column and sediment.

Derivatives

coactive

adjective
More example sentences
  • The most capable member in a coactive task should not be concerned with compensating for the partner's lower performance because there is no team outcome.
  • Coactive persuasion refers to all communication efforts that emphasize similarities between persuader and the audience.
  • Baseball is a good example of a sport that is both coactive and interactive.

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