(third-person singular simple present parallelizes, present participle parallelizing, simple past and past participle parallelized)
- To make parallel (to each other).
- Care must be taken lest the machine parallelize the fibers.
- The programmers had to learn how to parallelize their algorithms.
- To treat as if parallel; to draw parallels between.
- They erroneously parallelized the symptoms of the two diseases.
parallel + -ize