coincident

[koh-in-si-duhnt]
adjective
1.
happening at the same time.
2.
coinciding; occupying the same place or position.
3.
exactly corresponding.
4.
in exact agreement (usually followed by with ).

Origin:
1555–65; < Medieval Latin coincident- (stem of coincidēns) present participle of coincidere to coincide; see -ent

noncoincident, adjective
precoincident, adjective
precoincidently, adverb
supercoincident, adjective
supercoincidently, adverb
uncoincident, adjective
uncoincidently, adverb


1. simultaneous, synchronous. See contemporary.
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coincident (kəʊˈɪnsɪdənt)
 
adj (usually postpositive and foll by with)
1.  having the same position in space or time
2.  in exact agreement; consonant

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coincident
c.1570, from Fr. coincident, from M.L. *coincidentem, prp. of coincidere (see coincide). Related: Coincidental (c.1800), coincidentally (1837), coincidently (1629).
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Example sentences
His return, coinciding with the birth of his grandson, is not a coincident.
It is generally accepted that the origins of divergence of form are coincident
  with the processes of speciation itself.
It would also be interesting to know if there was a coincident cardiac arrest.
The ring fractures from the caldera-forming eruptions are roughly coincident
  with the caldera.
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