Translation of coordination in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /kəʊˌɔːrdnˈeɪʃən; kəʊˌɔːdɪˈneɪʃən/


uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (of movements, body) coordinación (feminine)
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    • That would seem to require either perfect coordination of two fins of widely differing shape and size, or a trick that somehow imparts stability to the fish without slowing it down.
    • In addition to a headache, brain tumors almost always cause problems with coordination, balance, speech, sight, and walking.
    • Although this would not have caused death it could have impaired their attention, concentration, co-ordination and ability to make reasoned decisions.
    1.2 (organization) coordinación (feminine)
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    • Complex activities requiring extensive coordination and control of large numbers of people have been accomplished throughout history, but there have not always been managers to do them.
    • One volunteer state coordinator is selected to manage communication and coordination of volunteer activities.
    • Previously director of engineering, Schultz will be responsible for the direction and coordination of all manufacturing activities.

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