Simultaneous

  • 1Simultaneous — «Simultaneous» Сингл South Park из альбома Chef Aid: The South Park Album …

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  • 2Simultaneous — Si mul*ta ne*ous, a. [LL. simultim at the same time, fr. L. simul. See {Simulate}.] Existing, happening, or done, at the same time; as, simultaneous events. {Si mul*ta ne*ous*ly}, adv. {Si mul*ta ne*ous*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] {Simultaneous… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3simultaneous — I adjective accompanying, at the same time, coetaneous, coeval, coexistent, coexisting, coincident, coinstantaneous, concomitant, concurrent, contemporaneous, contemporary, cotemporary, eodem tempore, in concert, simul, synchronal, synchronic,… …

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  • 4simultaneous — 1650s, from L.L. simultaneus, from L. simul at the same time (see SIMILAR (Cf. similar)) + taneous, abstracted from SPONTANEOUS (Cf. spontaneous), etc. Related: Simultaneously …

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  • 5simultaneous — synchronous, coincident, *contemporary, contemporaneous, coeval, coetaneous, concomitant, concurrent Analogous words: concurring, coinciding, agreeing (see AGREE) Contrasted words: *preceding, foregoing, antecedent, previous: following,… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 6simultaneous — [adj] happening at about the same time accompanying, agreeing, at the same time, coetaneous, coeval, coexistent, coexisting, coincident, coinciding, concurrent, concurring, contemporaneous, contemporary, dead heat*, in sync*, synchronal,… …

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  • 7simultaneous — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ occurring, operating, or done at the same time. DERIVATIVES simultaneity noun simultaneously adverb simultaneousness noun. ORIGIN from Latin simul at the same time …

    English terms dictionary

  • 8simultaneous — [sī΄məl tā′nē əs, sī΄məltān′yəs; ] chiefly Brit & Cdn [, sim΄əltā′nē əs, sim΄əltān′yəs] adj. [ML simultaneus < simultas, simultaneity < L, competition, rivalry < simul: see SAME] occurring, done, existing, etc. together or at the same… …

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  • 9simultaneous — 01. Being a [simultaneous] translator is a very high pressure job. 02. The concert was broadcast [simultaneously] in Europe and North America. 03. There were [simultaneous] demonstrations at the American embassies in Paris, Zurich and Bonn. 04.… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 10simultaneous — sim|ul|ta|ne|ous [ˌsıməlˈteıniəs US ˌsaı ] adj [Date: 1600 1700; : Medieval Latin; Origin: simultaneus, from Latin simul at the same time ] things that are simultaneous happen at exactly the same time ▪ They grabbed each other s hands in… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11simultaneous — [[t]sɪ̱məlte͟ɪniəs, AM sa͟ɪm [/t]] ADJ Things which are simultaneous happen or exist at the same time. ...the simultaneous release of the book and the album... The theatre will provide simultaneous translation in both English and Chinese. Derived …

    English dictionary

  • 12simultaneous — simultaneously, adv. simultaneousness simultaneity /suy meuhl teuh nee i tee, sim euhl /, n. /suy meuhl tay nee euhs, sim euhl /, adj. existing, occurring, or operating at the same time; concurrent: simultaneous movements; simultaneous… …

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  • 13simultaneous — adj. simultaneous with * * * [sɪm(ə)l teɪnɪəs] simultaneous with …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 14simultaneous — adjective happening or done at exactly the same time: a simultaneous broadcast of the concert on TV and radio | simultaneous translation (=immediate translation of what someone is saying as they are speaking) simultaneously adverb: two pictures… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15simultaneous — /sɪməlˈteɪniəs / (say simuhl tayneeuhs), Originally US /saɪ / (say suy ) adjective existing, occurring, or operating at the same time: simultaneous movements; simultaneous announcements. {Medieval Latin simultāneus simulated; meaning altered by… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 16simultaneous — adjective Etymology: Latin simul at the same time + English taneous (as in instantaneous) more at same Date: circa 1660 1. existing or occurring at the same time ; exactly coincident 2. satisfied by the same values of the variables < simultaneous …

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