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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoordinatorco‧or‧di‧na‧tor /kəʊˈɔːdəneɪtə $ koʊˈɔːrdəneɪtər/ ●○○ AWL noun [countable]  ORGANIZEsomeone who organizes the way people work together in a particular activity
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coordinatorHis wife, Darlene, was a fashion stylist and coordinator.It got down to Cowher and Dave Wannstedt, then-defensive coordinator of Dallas.Fien is no stranger to Tormey, who recruited him when he was defensive coordinator at Washington.This is Ms. Darnell, the hospital's nursing coordinator.They also lost a handful of coordinators and assistants in the past five years, including two colossal defections.Dungy recently hired David Shula as offensive coordinator.In his capacity as world-wide planning coordinator, Mueller had been invited by Nate Cocello to attend the meeting as an observer.Some also organised meetings for chairpersons and for training coordinators to help them with their new roles.
From Longman Business Dictionarycoordinatorco‧or‧di‧na‧tor /kəʊˈɔːdəneɪtəkoʊˈɔːdəneɪtər/ noun [countable]JOB someone who organizes the way people work together in a particular activityHe was the coordinator of the whole project.‘The tourist potential is there, ’ says Shervin Alaghband, marketing coordinator for British Airways in Tehran.
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