Simultaneous is used to describe something that occurs, happens, runs or is in progress at the same time as something else. "The two stages will have live bands playing simultaneously." "The program runs simultaneously in the background while you get on with other tasks."
Social Examples (Advance)
Today, both London and New Yorksuffered simultaneous terrorist attacks.
At the concert, the musician was singingwhile simultaneously playing the piano.
The match wasbroadcast simultaneously on different televisionchannelsaround the world.
At 6 am,the police carried out simultaneous raidson the homes of the members of the gang linked to the warehouse robbery.
I hated simultaneous equations in school. I couldn't even solve one of them without the teacher's help!
Professional Examples (Advance)
Workplace automation means that several repetitive tasks can simultaneouslybe addressed by one program.
It is not realistic to expect employees to concentrate well on several tasks simultaneously.
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