Law. accessary, partner in crime, SI. gun moll or moll; helper, aid or aide, attendant, acolyte, deputy, adjutant, coadjutant, coadjutor, coadjutress or coadjutrix, adjunct, adjuvant, adjutator, Obs. adjutor, auxiliary, ancilla, second, man Friday, gal Friday, henchman, right hand, right-hand man, SI. gofer; partner, ally, comrade, colleague, associate, consociate, socius, yokefellow or yokemate, companion, helpmate, helpmeet, Obs. helpfellow, co-worker, co-aid, co-partner, consort, confrere, sidekick, friend, Chiefly Brit. mate.
coordinate, adj. 1. correspondent, complementary, complemental; correlative, correlational, reciprocal; equal, equipotent, on equal or even terms, on the same footing; equivalent, synonymous, tantamount, all one, all the same, of a kind, of a piece, cast in the same mold, Inf. six of one, half a dozen of the other. -n. 2. peer, compeer, equal, coequal, rival; partner, colleague, confrere, associate.
3. counterpart, equivalent, match, twin, double, other half, alter ego, chip off the old block; alternate, pendant, companion, mate, fellow; correspondent, correlative, parallel, analogue.
-v. 4. arrange, range, order, dispose, place,
group; classify, categorize, pigeonhole, SI. peg; index, file, codify, collocate, number, alphabetize, tabulate; organize, sort, sort out, assort; systematize, systemize, methodize; grade, graduate, rank, rate, distinguish.
5. harmonize, adapt, adjust, attune; compose, balance, quadrate; fit, suit, match, mesh, square, parallel, correspond, tally with, jibe with, Inf. gee with.
6. cooperate, collaborate, coact, combine, concur, unite, synergize, interface, interrelate.
cope, v. 1. manage, make do, make shift, get along or by; survive, subsist, eke out, scratch out; hold one's own, rise to the occasion, make the grade, SI. cut the mustard, SI. cut it, SI. hack it, U.S. SI. come through.
2. cope with treat, handle, dispatch, discharge, dispose of, take care of, deal with, do with; contend with, fight with, struggle with, wrestle with, grapple with, Inf. lock horns, Inf. bump heads, SI. tangle with, SI. mix it up.
copious, adj. 1. plentiful, plenteous, plenitudi-nous, Inf. plenty, fat, bountiful, bounteous; big, large, great, huge, extensive; immeasurable, unmeasured, unstinted, inexhaustible, bottomless; much, many, numerous, Inf. dime a dozen; in quantity or quantities, in plenty, Inf aplenty, Inf. galore.
2. ample, abounding, overflowing, overspilling, spilling over, running over; rich, lavish, luxuriant, thriving, exuberant, superabundant; fruitful, fertile, fecund, productive, prolific, proliferous.
3. full, filled, bursting, Archaic, fraught; chock-a-block, Brit. Inf. chocker, Inf. chock-full, jammed, packed, Inf. jam-packed; rife, replete, flush, well-supplied, well-stocked; rampant, teeming, teeming with, swarming, swarming with, crawling, crawling with, bristling, bristling with, alive with, SI. lousy with.
4. excessive, extravagant, superfluous, overabundant, oversufficient.
copiousness, n. 1. abundance, amplitude, ampleness, fullness, plenteousness, plentifulness, bountifulness, bounteousness; richness, exuberance, luxuriance, lavishness; teemingness, rankness, prodigality.
2. plenty, plenitude, bounty, cornucopia, horn of
plenty, endless supply, Scot. scouth or skouth, Scot. and North Eng. routh; quantity, quantities, volume, mass, fund, mine, store; lot, lots, heap, heaps, mountain, mountains, stack, stacks, pile, piles, load, loads, mess, slew, whole slew, full measure, good or great deal, quite a little, SI. scads or scad; All Inf ton, tons, bag, bags, barrel, barrels, gob, gobs, oodles, Chiefly Brit, lashings or lashing.
My Account / Test History
The difference is that poison gets into your body if you inhale it (breathe it in), ingest it (eat or drink), or touch it. Venom gets into your body if it is injected in, such as through a bite or a sting.
Certain snakes are venomous, because they bite you and inject their venom (although many native English speakers say "poisonous snake"). Scorpions and some spiders are also venomous, because they bite or sting you. There are plants and frogs that are poisonous - you will get sick if you touch them or eat them.
Sometimes people use poison to kill other people - by secretly putting it into their food or drink. When this happens, we say the victim was poisoned.