Definition of simul in English:

simul

Syllabification: sim·ul
Pronunciation: /ˈsiməl
 
/

noun

Chess
A display in which a player plays a number of games simultaneously against different opponents.
More example sentences
  • Included are games Alekhine played in a simul and giving odds!
  • In addition to various simuls and lectures, Karpov played a couple of exhibition matches against the local talent.
  • Several dozens chess masters gave simuls.

Origin

1960s: abbreviation of simultaneous.

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