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    #1

    overlap vs coincide

    Which one is proper English?

    The accounting class overlaps with his partime job.

    The accounting class coincids with his partime job.

    Thank you for your response.

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    Re: overlap vs coincide

    How about clashes?

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    #3

    Re: overlap vs coincide

    Overlap means partly coincides.

    Tdol's clashes is a good one, as it's obviously a problem for him to fit the class in with his part-time job.

    Rover

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