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Assistant vs. Coordinator

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Assistantadjective

Having a subordinate or auxiliary position.

‘an assistant surgeon’;

Coordinatornoun

One who coordinates.

Assistantadjective

Helping; lending aid or support; auxiliary.

Coordinatornoun

An assistant coach responsible for a particular facet of the game, such as defense.

Assistantnoun

(obsolete) Someone who is present; a bystander, a witness.

Coordinatornoun

(grammar) A member of a lexical class of words that joins words, phrases, and clauses at the same syntactic level.

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Assistantnoun

A person who assists or helps someone else.

Coordinatornoun

someone whose task is to see that work goes harmoniously

Assistantnoun

(British) Sales assistant.

Coordinatornoun

a person whose job is to organize events or activities and to negotiate with others in order to ensure they work together effectively

‘a full-time coordinator was appointed to oversee the referral process’;

Assistantnoun

A software tool that provides assistance in some task, a wizard program.

Coordinatornoun

a word used to connect clauses, sentences, or words of equal syntactic importance (e.g. and, or, for)

‘subordinate clauses can be connected with a coordinator’;

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Assistantadjective

Helping; lending aid or support; auxiliary.

‘Genius and learning . . . are mutually and greatly assistant to each other.’;

Assistantadjective

Of the second grade in the staff of the army; as, an assistant surgeon.

Assistantnoun

One who, or that which, assists; a helper; an auxiliary; a means of help.

‘Four assistants who his labor share.’; ‘Rhymes merely as assistants to memory.’;

Assistantnoun

An attendant; one who is present.

Assistantnoun

a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose;

‘my invaluable assistant’; ‘they hired additional help to finish the work’;

Assistantadjective

of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another

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