coexisting, present participle; coexisted, past tense; coexists, 3rd person singular present; coexisted, past participle;
Exist at the same time or in the same place
traditional and modern values coexist in Africa
(of nations or peoples) Exist in mutual tolerance despite different ideologies or interests
the task of diplomacy was to help different states to coexist
coexist peacefully, as of nations
(coexistence) existing peacefully together
(coexisting) coexistent: existing at the same time
Peaceful coexistence (or, "Peaceful co-existence - as a form of the continuation of the class struggle") was a theory developed and applied by the Soviet Union at various points during the Cold War in the context of its ostensibly Marxist-Leninist foreign policy and was adopted by Soviet- ...
To exist contemporaneously or in the same area
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(coexistence) the state of two or more things existing together, usually in a temporal or spacial sense, with or without mutual interaction
(co-existence) The capability of the software product to co-exist with other independent software in a common environment sharing common resources. [ISO 9126] See also portability.
Coexistence refers to the presence, within the same area of land, of crops grown in different ways (i.e. crops grown in a conventional manner, crops grown according to the principles of organic farming and crops grown from seeds that have been genetically modified). ...
(Co-existence) Both the old and new servers interoperate on the same eDirectory configuration. The underlying platform / configuration is the same and allows different versions of the server to work on it. ...
(Co-existence) Co-existence means running the same software applications both on premise and off premise in parallel for any number of reasons.
(Co-existence) It is compatible with the larger collection of theories with which it must co-exist.
(Co-existence) Living in peace with each other's differences.
(Coexistence) Once a team moves out of a purely confrontational posture, admission of others' value starts the team down the path of coexistence. Coexistence means that the team members get along with each other, and respect each other's values and opinions. ...
(Coexistence) farmers engaged in conventional, organic, and transgenic agriculture working together using known and practical agronomic practices to minimize the impacts of their production methods on neighboring fields. ...
(Coexistence) means compassion and harmony. All sentient beings in the Dharma realm rely upon one another, forming a living oneness upon which all depend for survival. Only through compassion can we accept the other, and only through harmony can we survive and coexist together.