Definition of uncoordinated in English:


Line breaks: un|co¦or¦din|ated
Pronunciation: /ʌnkəʊˈɔːdɪneɪtɪd


1Badly organized: expensive mistakes resulting from uncoordinated manufacturing strategies
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  • The managed care movement is one of the country's efforts to organize the fragmented, uncoordinated, and costly health care delivery system.
  • In the absence of commitment from professional and organisational leaders, efforts will be fragmentary and uncoordinated and will have only minor effects.
  • Traditionally there has been a lack of coordination among providers, and patient education is sporadic, unplanned, and uncoordinated.
2(Of a person or their movements) clumsy: her usual easy grace had deserted her, leaving her clumsy and uncoordinated
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  • Muscle contractions may cause uncoordinated movements and bizarre postures.
  • He has uncoordinated movements and his condition also affects his speech, but his mental ability is not impaired.
  • Most of his movements are uncoordinated or involuntary reflexes.

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