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arpeggio the playing of each note in a musical chord rapidly, one after the other rather than simultaneously. [1/2 definitions]
bigamous being married to two husbands or two wives simultaneously, or involving such a condition.
breaststroke a swimming stroke in which the body is prone with the face down, the arms simultaneously pull down and back, and the legs do a frog kick in alternation with the arm movement.
broadband of, pertaining to, or using a type of high-speed data transmission that allows signals at different frequencies, such as audio and video, to be transmitted simultaneously along a single wire. [1/2 definitions]
butterfly stroke a vigorous swimming stroke performed face down in which the arms are lifted simultaneously forward and brought back through the water while the legs move simultaneously up and down.
christen to baptize, sometimes simultaneously giving a formal name to. [1/3 definitions]
coincident of events, occurring simultaneously. [1/3 definitions]
cold pack a canning process in which food is placed into containers at room temperature, sealed in, and then sterilized and cooked simultaneously. [1/2 definitions]
double dipping the practice, often regarded as unethical, of receiving benefits such as salary, pension, or other compensation from two organizations simultaneously.
double-stop to produce two notes simultaneously on a stringed instrument, such as the violin, by drawing the bow across two strings at once. [1/2 definitions]
epizootic any animal disease that spreads quickly and attacks many animals simultaneously. [1/2 definitions]
fusion in physics, a reaction in which the nuclei of light atoms join to form heavier nuclei, and in which energy is simultaneously released. [1/4 definitions]
gallop the fastest pace of a horse or other four-footed animal, in which all four feet are off the ground simultaneously during each stride. [1/6 definitions]
gastrovascular simultaneously serving both a digestive and a circulatory function.
guard (sing.) a set of guards who serve simultaneously. [1/8 definitions]
incompatible not simultaneously valid; inconsistent. [1/6 definitions]
landfill a method of simultaneously building up land and disposing of solid waste by burying the waste in low-lying ground. [1/2 definitions]
multiplex to transmit (more than one communication) simultaneously on the same channel, equipment, or the like. [2/5 definitions]
multitask in computing, to execute multiple tasks simultaneously. [1/2 definitions]
multitasking in computing, the execution of multiple tasks simultaneously. [1/2 definitions]
ollie a skateboarding move in which one tips the board up by putting weight on the rear foot and thrusts forward with the front foot, simultaneously jumping into the air, with the feet appearing to stay on the skateboard.