English translation of 'parallelo'
- (gen) (also computing)
parallelinterfaccia parallela (computing)
- (geography) (also figurative)
parallelfare un parallelo tra (comparazione)
to draw a parallel between
'parallelo' in Other Languages
British English: parallel /ˈpærəˌlɛl/ ADJECTIVE
events Parallel events or situations happen at the same time as one another, or are similar to one another.
...parallel talks between the two countries' Foreign Ministers.
- American English: parallel
- Arabic: مُتَوَازِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: paralelo
- Chinese: 平行的
- Croatian: paralelan
- Czech: rovnoběžný
- Danish: parallel
- Dutch: parallel
- European Spanish: paralelo
- Finnish: rinnakkainen
- French: parallèle
- German: parallel
- Greek: παράλληλος
- Italian: parallelo
- Japanese: 平行の
- Korean: 평행인
- Norwegian: parallell
- Polish: równoległy
- European Portuguese: paralelo
- Romanian: paralel
- Russian: параллельный
- Spanish: paralelo
- Swedish: parallell
- Thai: ขนาน
- Turkish: paralel
- Ukrainian: паралельний
- Vietnamese: song song
British English: parallel NOUN
If something has a parallel, it is similar to something else, but exists or happens in a different place or at a different time. If it has no parallel or is without parallel, it is not similar to anything else.
Readers familiar with history will find a vague parallel to the war.
British English: parallel ADJECTIVE
lines If two lines, two objects, or two lines of movement are parallel, they are the same distance apart along their whole length.
...seventy-two ships, drawn up in two parallel lines.
Translation of parallelo from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary