adverb see coterminous

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  • coterminously — adverb In a coterminous way …   Wiktionary

  • coterminously — adv. in a coterminous way …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coterminously — co·ter·mi·nous·ly …   English syllables

  • coterminously — adverb in a coterminous manner • Derived from adjective: ↑coterminous * * * adverb : in a coterminous manner : so as to be coterminous * * * conterˈminously or coterˈminously adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • coterminous — coterminously, adv. /koh terr meuh neuhs/, adj. 1. having the same border or covering the same area. 2. being the same in extent; coextensive in range or scope. Also, coterminal /koh terr meuh nl/. [1790 1800; re formation of CONTERMINUS; see CO… …   Universalium

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  • coterminous — adjective Etymology: alteration of conterminous Date: 1799 1. having the same or coincident boundaries < a voting district coterminous with the city > 2. coextensive in scope or duration < an experience of life cot …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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