In-parallel meaning

The definition of in-parallel is two objects that extend in the same direction and are always the same distance apart.

An example of in-parallel is a railroad track.

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In-parallel means something that is the same distance and direction away from something else.

An example of in-parallel is two lines of people standing directly across from each other.

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In-parallel is defined as to be heading the same distance and direction as something else.

An example of in-parallel is a road that runs the same direction, right next to a highway.

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At the same time. Together, or cotemporally.

Translations to all five languages were done in parallel.

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(electricity) Electrical components connected side by side, instead of in series.

The total resistance of two resistors connected in parallel is easily calculated using a simple formula.

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