paralelo

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paralelo (plural paraleloj, accusative singular paralelon, accusative plural paralelojn)

  1. (geometry) parallel

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paralelo m (feminine paralela, masculine plural paralelos, feminine plural paralelas)

  1. parallel

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From Latin parallēlus, from Ancient Greek παράλληλος (parállēlos), from παρά (pará, beside) + ἄλληλος (állēlos, one another).

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paralelo m (feminine paralela plural paralelos feminine plural paralelas; comparable)

  1. (geometry) parallel (of two or more (straight) lines, (flat) surfaces etc: equally distant from one another at all points)
  2. (computing) parallel (involving the processing of multiple tasks at the same time)
  3. parallel (having the same overall direction)
  4. (of events) happening at the same time
  5. (electricity) describes conductor which are in parallel
  6. which is used as an alternative to something official
    Em algumas cidades, as pessoas usam moeda paralela, ao invés do real.
    In some cities, people use alternative currency, instead of real.

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paralelo m (plural paralelos)

  1. (geography) parallel (line of latitude)
  2. a comparison (evaluation of the similarities and differences)

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin parallēlus, from Ancient Greek παράλληλος (parállēlos), from παρά (pará) "beside" + ἄλληλος (állēlos) "one another".

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Adjective[edit]

paralelo m (feminine paralela, masculine plural paralelos, feminine plural paralelas)

  1. parallel

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