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coincide (verb), coincides; coincided; coinciding
1. To happen or to take place simultaneously, or at the same time, as something else: Elaine's birthday coincides with the celebration of Thanksgiving in Canada, the second Monday of the month of October.

Neighbors Patricia and Karen get along very well with each other because their interests coincide.

2. Etymology: from French coincider (14th century); from Middle Latin coincidere; from Latin co-, "together" + incidere, "to fall upon" (in-, "upon" + cadere, "to fall").
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