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simultaneousadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˌsɑɪ·məlˈteɪ·ni·əs, ˌsɪm·əl-/
happening or existing at exactly the same time: The report will be broadcast in Russian with simultaneous English translation.
simultaneously
adverb [not gradable]  us   /ˌsɑɪ·məlˈteɪ·ni·əs·li, ˌsɪm·əl-/
To drive a car, you’ve got to learn to do several things simultaneously.
Translations of “simultaneous”
in Arabic مُتزامِن, فَوري…
in Korean 동시에…
in Malaysian serentak…
in French simultané…
in Turkish aynı anda olan, eş zamanlı…
in Italian simultaneo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同時的…
in Russian одновременный…
in Polish jednoczesny, równoczesny…
in Vietnamese đồng thời…
in Spanish simultáneo…
in Portuguese simultâneo…
in Thai ที่พร้อมกัน…
in German gleichzeitig…
in Catalan simultani…
in Japanese 同時に起こる, 同時に存在する…
in Indonesian serempak, simultan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同时的…
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