co-, 强调。-ev, 时间，时代，词源同age,longevity.
- coeval (adj.)
- "having the same age," formed in English early 17c. from Late Latin coaevus, from Latin com- "equal" (see co-) + aevum "an age" (see eon). As a noun from c. 1600.
- 1. The industry is coeval with the construction of the first railways.
- 2. Analysis has proved that this document is coeval with that one.
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