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coexist (v.)

1670s, "exist at the same time as another," from co- + exist. Of political/economic systems, "to exist peaceably at the same time" (especially with reference to communism and the West) from 1931. Related: Coexisted; coexisting.

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Definitions of coexist

coexist (v.)
coexist peacefully, as of nations;
coexist (v.)
exist together;
Synonyms: cohabit
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