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in tandem

at the same time: The heart and lungs will be transplanted in tandem.
If two pieces of equipment, people, etc. are working in tandem, they are working together, especially well or closely: I want these two groups to work/operate in tandem on this project.
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Translations of “in tandem”
in Chinese (Simplified) 同时, 协同地,联合地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同時, 協同地,聯合地…
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