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parallel US English

(Of lines, planes, surfaces, or objects) side by side and having the same distance continuously between them

parallel US Thesaurus

parallel lines

in parallel US English

Occurring at the same time and having some connection

parallel bars US English

A pair of parallel rails mounted on posts, used in gymnastics

parallel port US English

A connector for a device that sends or receives several bits of data simultaneously by using more than one wire

parallel turn US English

A turn with the skis kept parallel to each other

parallel market US English

An unofficial market in goods or currencies, especially in a country with a controlled economy

parallel-medium US English

Relating to or denoting schools in which two languages are used in separate classes

parallel ruler US English

An instrument for drawing parallel lines, consisting of two or more rulers connected by jointed crosspieces so as to be always parallel, at whatever distance they are set

massively parallel US English

(Of a computer) consisting of many individual processing units, and thus able to execute many different parts of a program at the same time

parallel cousins US English

First cousins who are children of two brothers, or of two sisters

parallel imports US English

Goods imported by unlicensed distributors for sale at less than the manufacturer’s official retail price

parallel parking US English

The parking of a vehicle or vehicles parallel to the roadside

parallel universe US English

(In quantum mechanics) a universe theorized as existing alongside our own, although undetectable

forty-ninth parallel US English

The parallel of latitude 49° north of the equator, especially referred to as the boundary between Canada and the US west of Lake of the Woods

parallel processing US English

A mode of computer operation in which a process is split into parts that execute simultaneously on different processors attached to the same computer

parallel distributed processing US English

Another term for connectionism.

in parallel in parallel US English

Occurring at the same time and having some connection

subparallel US English

Almost parallel

antiparallel US English

Parallel but moving or oriented in opposite directions

parallel of latitude in parallel US English

Each of the imaginary parallel circles of constant latitude on the earth’s surface

uneven bars US English

A pair of parallel bars set at different heights, used in women’s gymnastics

uneven parallel bars in uneven bars US English

A pair of parallel bars set at different heights, used in women’s gymnastics


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