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parallel

adjective /ˈpӕrəlel/
(of straight lines) going in the same direction and always staying the same distance apart
paralelo (a)
The road is parallel to/with the river.
alike (in some way)
paralelo, análogo
There are parallel passages in the two books.
Translations of “parallel”
in Korean 평행하는…
in Arabic مُتَوازٍ…
in French parallèle (à), similaire…
in Italian parallelo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 位置, 平行的…
in Russian параллельный, аналогичный…
in Turkish paralel, benzer, aynı anda olan…
in Polish równoległy, analogiczny…
in Portuguese paralelo…
in German parallel, entsprechend…
in Catalan paral·lel…
in Japanese 平行した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 位置, 平行的…
(Definition of parallel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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