co|in|ci|dence

co|in|ci|dence
co|in|ci|dence «koh suh duhns», noun.
1. the chance occurrence of two things at the same time or place in such a way as to seem remarkable or fitting: »

My mother and father were both born on the same day and in the same year; isn't that a coincidence?

2. Figurative. exact correspondence; agreement: »

The two authorities were cited for coincidence of opinion.

3. a coinciding; an occupying the same time or place: »

the coincidence of two triangles or circles.


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