English version

coordination in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoordinationco‧or‧di‧na‧tion (also co-ordination British English) /kəʊˌɔːdəˈneɪʃən $ koʊˌɔːr-/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable]  1 HBHthe way in which your muscles move together when you perform a movement Too much alcohol affects your coordination.2 ORGANIZEthe organization of people or things so that they work together wellcoordination of the coordination of our economic policiescoordination between co-ordination between central and local government
Examples from the Corpus
coordinationHis balance and coordination may be poor.Central coordination would keep the location of industry in step with development.Galbraith identifies seven basic strategies for dealing with the need to process increasing amounts of information in complex coordination.Downward coordination through written rules and orders; upward communication of experience by reporting progress in meetings.Between the fourth and eighth months, coordination of vision and touch typically occurs for the first time.Even more precise coordination will be necessary.The first such resolution is designed to provide coordination and guidance to the specialist, appropriations and tax-writing committees.Sam's coordination is still not a hundred percent after the accident.The North have both the motivation and the coordination behind the scrum to brush aside a rebuilt Midlands team.Sue will be responsible for the coordination of sales and marketing activities.