make (people or things) work together, especially so as to increase effectiveness
equal in importance or rank
"Can you help me organize my files?"
"coordinate the painters, masons, and plumbers"
"coordinate his actions with that of his colleagues"
"coordinate our efforts"
"These activities coordinate well"
"align the wheels of my car"
"ordinate similar parts"
Kirkland College in Clinton, N.Y., the women's co-ordinate of prestigious Hamilton College for men.
Nothing would work if someone didn't co-ordinate things.
出自： D. Lessing
You must coordinate what you say with what you do.
They try to coordinate what they do with they have learned.
The sound has to be coordinated with the picture.
The picture was coordinated with the hall.