Definition of 'tandem'
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This technique was three times faster than tandem running. Christianity Today (2000)It will run in tandem with a squeeze on benefits. The Sun (2012)For the time being, this standard will run in tandem with older regulations. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was strapped in for a tandem flight - and the pilot decided to take off despite thick fog. The Sun (2010)Two riders on a tandem, with a visually impaired athlete sitting at the back and a sighted pilot at the front. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Guy had to wait for his birthday last Friday to be old enough to make his first tandem jump attached to an instructor. The Sun (2009)Expect an international crowd here - English-language courses are often run in tandem with the main activity. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They hope to get 350 people to parachute in 24 hours to set a tandem jump world record. The Sun (2015)Can you ride tandem, Arnie? The Sun (2011)Indeed, what would they give for a manager, preferably one working in tandem with a new owner endowed with coherent investment plans? Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'tandem'
British English: tandem /ˈtændəm/ NOUN
A tandem is a bicycle designed for two riders.
- American English: tandem bicycle
- Arabic: دَرَّاجَة ذو مَقْعَدَيْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: tandem
- Chinese: 双人自行车
- Croatian: tandem
- Czech: tandem kolo
- Danish: tandem
- Dutch: tandem
- European Spanish: tándem
- Finnish: tandempyörä
- French: tandem
- German: Tandem
- Greek: ποδήλατο με δύο θέσεις
- Italian: tandem
- Japanese: タンデム自転車
- Korean: 2인승 자전거
- Norwegian: tandem
- Polish: tandem
- European Portuguese: bicicleta para dois
- Romanian: tandem
- Russian: тандем
- Spanish: tándem
- Swedish: tandem
- Thai: จักรยานสองที่นั่ง
- Turkish: tandem bisiklet
- Ukrainian: тандем
- Vietnamese: xe đạp đôi
British English: tandem NOUN
A tandem is a bicycle designed for two riders, on which one rider sits behind the other.
Definition of tandem from the Collins English Dictionary
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