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coalition (s) (noun), coalitions (pl)
1. An alliance, especially a temporary one, of people, factions, parties, or nations: The two countries formed a coalition because of the financial advantages for both of their economies.
2. An organization of people or countries that are involved in a pact or treaty; an alliance: The two nations agreed on peace and formed a coalition to strengthen their policies.
3. A combination into one body; a union: The two parties formed a coalition to govern the country.
4. The state of being combined into one body: The coalition of different animal protection groups has an important part in the politics of the country.
5. The union of diverse things into one body, form, or group; the growing together of parts: Many teachers, businessmen, doctors, and parents formed a coalition because they all had the same objectives to help develop a youth club for the children in their city.
6. Etymology: borrowed from Latin coalescere, "to grow together"; from co-, "together" + alescere, "to grow up".
A union or a temporary combination of people who want to take action against someone.
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This entry is located in the following units: coalesc-, coalit- + (page 1) com-, co-, cog-, col-, con-, cor- (page 1)
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Electrification Coalition
Mission Statement: A nonpartisan, not-for-profit group of business leaders committed to promoting policies and actions that facilitate the deployment of electric vehicles on a mass scale in order to combat the economic, environmental, and national security dangers caused by our nation's dependence on petroleum.

The Coalition seeks to achieve its goals through a combination of public policy research and the education of policymakers, opinion leaders, and the public.

Equipped with exceptional research and analysis, these prominent business executives bring credibility, insight, and objectivity to the debate over electrification.

This entry is located in the following units: coalesc-, coalit- + (page 1) electro-, electr-, electri- (page 22)