Definition of Coincide
occur at or during the same time.
The event will coincide with the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City, which runs April 20-22.
Example of Coincide
All these planes would then be found to coincide in one plane.
And I've seen in many countries terrorists and resistance groups try to set up events to coincide with various high points in the calendar.
For cloned sequences, variable positions do not coincide totally with those in direct sequences.
For what are contraries cannot coincide in one and the same subject.
Furthermore, they argue, times like our own, when the popular and electoral votes roughly coincide in their closeness, very rarely occur.
Here, love and ambition may be said to coincide in the most literal way.
Here, the conflicting political agendas coincide .
However, by building up detailed theories of each type, we may hope to find important links between them and perhaps even to discover that they coincide in at least some key respects.
In tandem with the tour a number of exciting public events are planned to coincide with the Sligo visit.
Interestingly, the slopes of humans and Drosophila nearly coincide in figure 4.