coordination noun

1 working together

ADJ. better, greater | poor | international | economic, market, policy | colour advice on colour coordination (= colours that look good together)

VERB + COORDINATION need, require | ensure, facilitate We must make a real effort to ensure greater coordination between the different groups.

PREP. in ~ with a pamphlet produced by the government in coordination with the Sports Council | ~ between to facilitate better coordination between departments | ~ in a lack of coordination in government policy | ~ with

PHRASES a lack of coordination, a need for coordination a need for coordination with the training department

2 ability to control your movements

ADJ. good | poor | physical | hand-eye You need good hand-eye coordination to play racket sports.


PHRASES a lack of coordination