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coordinate, co-ordinate (s) (noun), coordinates, co-ordinates (pl)
1. In geography, the location on a map of a site based on the intersection of latitude and longitude markings: The navigator used the coordinates he received from the supervisor to locate the long lost silver mine high in the mountains.
2. An assortment of clothing, including shoes, hose, etc. that are designed to compliment and to look well together when they are worn: The store was advertising skirt and sweater coordinates at a great price for the fall season just in time for students to buy stylish outfits.
This entry is located in the following unit: ord-, ordinato-, -ordin-, -ordinate, -ordinating, -ordinated (page 1)
coordinate, co-ordinate (verb), coordinates, co-ordinates; coordinated, co-ordinated; coordinating, co-ordinating
To organize an activity in such a manner as to be well structured and functioning in a logical manner: Carol will be coordinating the work of the volunteers at the speaking event next week.
This entry is located in the following unit: ord-, ordinato-, -ordin-, -ordinate, -ordinating, -ordinated (page 1)
Word Entries containing the term: “coordinate
geocentric coordinate system
1. In astronomy, a system of celestial coordinates located with respect to the center of the earth.
2. In cartography, a set of map coordinates which define the position of a point with respect to the center of the earth.
This entry is located in the following units: centro-, centr-, centri-, kentro- (page 6) geo-, ge- + (page 5)
spherical-coordinate robot, spherical robot
A robot in which the degrees of freedom of the manipulator arm are defined primarily by spherical coordinates or the coordinates of a sphere.
This entry is located in the following unit: sphero-, spher-, -sphere- (page 13)
spherical-coordinate system
A three-dimensional system for locating points in space b means of a radius vector and two angles measured from the center of a sphere with respect to two arbitrary, fixed, perpendicular directions.
This entry is located in the following unit: sphero-, spher-, -sphere- (page 13)