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coexist
American English: /ˌkoʊəɡˈzɪst/
British English: /ˌkəʊɪɡˈzɪst/

intransitive verb

  • to coexist (with somebody/something)
    coexistir or convivir (con alguien/algo)
    Example sentences
    • Modern Western medical practices coexist with traditional healing methods and the use of medicinal plants.
    • The company says the wind farm would coexist with existing agricultural practices supporting farm diversification.
    • Traditional musical genres coexist with music performed by modern village orchestras.

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