coordinar


coordinar
v.
1 to co-ordinate (movimientos, gestos).
2 to combine, to pool (esfuerzos, medios).
3 to coordinate, to concert.
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coordinar
verbo transitivo
1 to coordinate
coordinaron la compaña they coordinated the campaign
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verb
to coordinate
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1.
VT (=armonizar) [+ movimientos, actividades, equipo, esfuerzo, trabajo] to coordinate

se reunieron para coordinar una respuesta al conflicto — they met to coordinate a response to the conflict

tiene dificultades para coordinar sus ideas — he has difficulties in organizing his thoughts

2.
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ha bebido tanto que ya no coordina — he's had so much to drink that his coordination has gone

hasta que no me tomo un café por las mañanas no coordino — I can't think straight in the mornings until I've had a coffee

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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <movimientos/actividades/esfuerzos> to coordinate

no lograba coordinar las ideas — he couldn't speak/think coherently

b) <ropa/colores> to coordinate

coordinar algo con algo: el azul coordinado con el rojo — blue combined with red

2.
coordinar vi
a) colores to match, go together
b) (fam) (razonar)

antes del desayuno no coordino — you can't get any sense out of me before breakfast

tú no coordinas — you just don't think, do you!

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= channel, coordinate [co-ordinate], monitor, liaise (with/between), choreograph, synergize.
Ex. Users make suggestions for modifications and these are then channelled through a series of committees.
Ex. Most recommend that once abstractors have decided which concepts to include in abstracts and in which form to represent them, their terms should be coordinated with index terms assigned from a controlled vocabulary.
Ex. Ideally it should be possible to include some form of student assessment or to monitor the student's progress.
Ex. A full-time professional librarian, who could promote the service both internally and externally and liaise with other agencies, was never appointed.
Ex. Response to reading room theft should be carefully choreographed but decisive.
Ex. Certain learner characteristics and learning contexts may synergize to override the disadvantages of a late start.
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* coordinar esfuerzos = coordinate + efforts.
* coordinarlo todo = tie + the pieces together.
* coordinar una reunión = conduct + meeting.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <movimientos/actividades/esfuerzos> to coordinate

no lograba coordinar las ideas — he couldn't speak/think coherently

b) <ropa/colores> to coordinate

coordinar algo con algo: el azul coordinado con el rojo — blue combined with red

2.
coordinar vi
a) colores to match, go together
b) (fam) (razonar)

antes del desayuno no coordino — you can't get any sense out of me before breakfast

tú no coordinas — you just don't think, do you!

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= channel, coordinate [co-ordinate], monitor, liaise (with/between), choreograph, synergize.

Ex: Users make suggestions for modifications and these are then channelled through a series of committees.

Ex: Most recommend that once abstractors have decided which concepts to include in abstracts and in which form to represent them, their terms should be coordinated with index terms assigned from a controlled vocabulary.
Ex: Ideally it should be possible to include some form of student assessment or to monitor the student's progress.
Ex: A full-time professional librarian, who could promote the service both internally and externally and liaise with other agencies, was never appointed.
Ex: Response to reading room theft should be carefully choreographed but decisive.
Ex: Certain learner characteristics and learning contexts may synergize to override the disadvantages of a late start.
* coordinar esfuerzos = coordinate + efforts.
* coordinarlo todo = tie + the pieces together.
* coordinar una reunión = conduct + meeting.

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coordinar [A1 ]
vt
1 ‹movimientos/actividades› to coordinate
no lograba coordinar las ideas he couldn't speak/think coherently
tenemos que coordinar nuestros esfuerzos we must coordinate our efforts
2 ‹ropa/colores› to coordinate coordinar algo CON algo:
el azul coordinado con el rojo blue combined with o worn with red
■ coordinar
vi
1 (fam)
(razonar): no me hables antes del desayuno porque no coordino you won't get any sense out of me before breakfast
tú no coordinas, ¿cómo se te ocurre dejar la estufa encendida? how could you have left the heater on? you just don't think, do you!
2 «colores» to match, go together
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coordinar (conjugate coordinar) verbo transitivomovimientos/actividades/ropato coordinate;
no lograba coordinar las ideas he couldn't speak/think coherently

verbo intransitivo [colores] to match, go together
coordinar verbo transitivo to coordinate

'coordinar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
concertar
English:
coordinate
- concert
- string
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coordinar
vt
1. [esfuerzos, medios] to co-ordinate;
la Cruz Roja coordina el envío de ayuda humanitaria the Red Cross is co-ordinating the sending of humanitarian aid;
se encarga de coordinar los diferentes departamentos de la empresa she is in charge of co-ordinating the different departments of the company;
ella coordina los intercambios universitarios she is in charge of university exchanges;
coordina tres proyectos de investigación diferentes he is co-ordinating three different research projects
2. [movimientos, gestos] to co-ordinate
vi
Fam to think straight;
cuando me pongo nervioso no coordino I can't think straight when I get nervous
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coordinar
v/t coordinate
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coordinar vt
compaginar: to coordinate, to combine

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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