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Two geographical regions or political entities are coterminous (synonyms: conterminous, coextensive) when they have identical borders, and cover the same land.[1] An example of this: The borough of Manhattan is coterminous with New York County, meaning that they have the same boundaries and that any area within one of them is also within the other.


  1. Dictionary and thesaurus entries for "coterminous"