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coincide

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoincideco‧in‧cide /ˌkəʊənˈsaɪd $ ˌkoʊ-/ ●●○ AWL verb [intransitive]  1 TIME/AT THE SAME TIMEto happen at the same time as something else, especially by chancecoincidencecoincide with His entry to the party coincided with his marriage. When our vacations coincided, we often holidayed together.planned/timed/arranged to coincide The show is timed to coincide with the launch of a new book.2 [not in progressive]SAME if two people’s ideas, opinions etc coincide, they are the samecoincidence The interests of the US and those of the islanders may not coincide.coincide with The cloth had a natural look which coincided perfectly with the image Laura sought.3 to meet or be in the same place The journey coincides in part with the Pennine Way.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
coincidePareto is in no doubt that the two types of utility, for and of a community, do not necessarily coincide.We work together when our needs coincide.Or, if interests overlap, they do not necessarily coincide.His views coincided perfectly with our thinking.For once our wishes coincided. We both wanted a quick divorce.I had to cancel our lunch date, as it coincided with my hospital appointment.The program coincides with Surf the Rockies, a weeklong festival April 7-14.That would be fine, if their interest happened to coincide with that of the economy.The exhibition was timed to coincide with the anniversary celebrations.His speech coincided with the release of a report on the New England economy.The monotheistic order required that the feminine should be barred from the sphere of power, which coincided with the sacred.They have arranged the launch to coincide with the start of the college term.Temporary exhibitions: Annual exhibition to coincide with the street fair in September.Peaks from the right window would have coincided with troughs from the left, and vice versa, canceling the sound exactly.Even if her advice does not coincide with what you want, I advise you to follow it.coincide withThe demonstration is set for Sunday to coincide with World AIDS Day.
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Verb table
coincide
Simple Form
Present
itcoincides
coincide
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Past
it, theycoincided
Present perfect
theyhave coincided
ithas coincided
Past perfect
it, theyhad coincided
Future
it, theywill coincide
Future perfect
it, theywill have coincided
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare coinciding
itis coinciding
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Past
theywere coinciding
itwas coinciding
Present perfect
theyhave been coinciding
ithas been coinciding
Past perfect
it, theyhad been coinciding
Future
it, theywill be coinciding
Future perfect
it, theywill have been coinciding
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