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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: concurrent|
|"modern computers run software concurrently"|
Ôáõôï÷ñüíùò, êáôÜ óõã÷þíåõóç, óõãêáéñéíüò, ðáñÜëëçëïò, óõãêëßíùí, óõíåîáóêïýìåíïò, äñùí ðáñÜëëçëá.
Concurrent=Ôáõôü÷ñïíïò/Ôáõôï÷ñüíùò: Something that occurs at the same moment of time. (Perhaps quite by chance/or not, something occurs simultaneously with something else.
Ôáõôü÷ñïíåò Åîåëßîåéò/Concurrent Developments: Simultaneous developments
(Legal) to run concurrently/êáôÜ óõã÷þíåõóç: When someone was given 2 prison sentences, and the sentences were counted both together, at the same time.
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