coincide definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To occupy the exact same general position or perhaps the same location in room.
    • To happen simultaneously or during the same period.
    • To correspond precisely; be identical.
    • To agree precisely, such as viewpoint; concur. See Synonyms at agree.
    • To entertain similar place in space, as two equal triangles, when placed one on the other side.
    • To occur as well; become contemporaneous.
    • To match exactly; to concur; to concur.
    • To inhabit the same relative position or the same area in space.
    • To happen at exactly the same time or throughout the same period.
    • To match exactly; be identical.
    • To agree precisely, as with opinion; concur. See Synonyms at agree.
    • To occupy the same place in space, as two equal triangles, when placed one on the other.
    • that occurs in addition; is contemporaneous.
    • To match precisely; to concur; to concur.
  • verb:
    • To entertain the same area.
    • To occur on top of that.
    • To correspond, concur, or agree.
    • happen at the same time
    • go with, fall together
    • be the same
    • To inhabit identical area.
    • to happen as well.
    • To match, concur, or agree.
    • take place at the same time
    • go with, fall collectively
    • become same
  • others:
    • To occupy similar devote space, similar point or period over time, or even the same place in a scale or show: since, a temperature of 25° on the centigrade scale coincides with one of 77° in the scale of Fahrenheit; the rise associated with church coincides with the decline for the Roman kingdom.
    • To concur; agree; correspond exactly: since, the judges would not coincide in opinion; that would not coincide with my views.
    • To occupy the same place in space, the same point or period in time, or the same position in a scale or series: as, a temperature of 25° on the centigrade scale coincides with one of 77° on the scale of Fahrenheit; the rise of the church coincides with the decline of the Roman empire.
    • To concur; recognize; match exactly: as, the judges would not coincide in viewpoint; that failed to coincide with my views.

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