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coordinator

[koh-awr-dn-ey-ter] /koʊˈɔr dnˌeɪ tər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that coordinates.
2.
Also, co-ordinator.
Origin
1860-1865
1860-65; coordinate + -or2
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Examples from the web for coordinator
  • To her roles as camp coordinator and hospital director she might add president, sheriff, magistrate and general.
  • Originated position as logistical and electronic media coordinator for monthly seminar series.
  • Our clinical coordinator contacted your registration clerk.
  • The health insurance broker is given a directory of benefits searched for by somebody or a group coordinator.
  • The employer, in collaboration with the intern and the internship coordinator, should complete a formal written evaluation.
  • Colleague did one of these with a different outfit and required it for a multi-section course of which he was coordinator.
  • The would-be employee interviewed for and was offered a job as an off-campus program coordinator, according to the lawsuit.
  • After a second national search for an electronic instructional coordinator, he finally hired one of the five candidates.
Word Origin and History for coordinator
n.

also co-ordinator, 1864, agent noun in Latin form from coordinate (v.).

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