Definition of 'simultaneous'
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But the two are often simultaneous. Christianity Today (2000)The judges held two simultaneous conversations on side-by-side screens for five minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Often they are working in the knowledge that the client may be going through a similar simultaneous process with two or three rival kitchen manufacturers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another explanation involves the dynamics of the relationship between unemployment and imprisonment, as two simultaneous processes involved in judicial sentencing practices. The Politics of Redress - crime, punishment and penal abolition (1989)This is where the second part of the simultaneous equation comes in: you must work out why you are in this position. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A simultaneous attack in the north of the country killed four Shia men. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I first met him in 1958 as a schoolboy at a simultaneous display he gave. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It can also fly for up to 1,000 miles without refuelling, enabling it to react quickly if simultaneous attacks were launched in different cities. Times, Sunday Times (2016)POLICE and special forces troops have been told to prepare for up to 10 simultaneous terror attacks on the streets of London. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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British English: simultaneous /ˌsɪməlˈteɪnɪəs/ ADJECTIVE
Things which are simultaneous happen or exist at the same time.
...the simultaneous release of the book and the film.
- American English: simultaneous
- Arabic: مُتَزَامِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: simultâneo
- Chinese: 同时的
- Croatian: istovremen
- Czech: simultánní
- Danish: samtidig
- Dutch: gelijktijdig
- European Spanish: simultáneo
- Finnish: samanaikainen
- French: simultané
- German: gleichzeitig
- Greek: ταυτόχρονος
- Italian: simultaneo
- Japanese: 同時の
- Korean: 동시의
- Norwegian: samtidig
- Polish: równoczesny
- European Portuguese: simultâneo
- Romanian: simultan
- Russian: одновременный
- Spanish: simultáneo
- Swedish: simultan
- Thai: ที่พร้อมกัน
- Turkish: aynı anda olan
- Ukrainian: одночасний
- Vietnamese: đồng thời
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