What is another word for co-occurrent?
[ kˈə͡ʊəkˈɜːɹənt], [ kˈəʊəkˈɜːɹənt], [ k_ˈəʊ_ə_k_ˈɜː_ɹ_ə_n_t]
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How to use "co-occurrent" in context?
Synonyms for Co-occurrent:
adj.• all (adjective)
n.• Other relevant words: (noun)
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
How to use "Co-occurrent" in context?
Co-occurrence is a term used to describe how two things occur together or how one thing affects the other. It can be used in many different ways, but one of the most common uses is in relation to words.
When two words are co-occurring, they are usually found together more often than not. For example, the words "chair" and "man" are both co-occurring because they are often used together. This means that when you see "a chair" you can also expect to see "a man" nearby.
Co-occurrence can also be used when looking at things that are not words.
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