One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Having more than one thread, multithreaded (also figurative); (Engineering, of a screw) = "multithreaded".
2Computing. = "multithreaded".
1Engineering. A multithreaded screw.
2Computing. Each of the multiple parts of a program executed concurrently in multithreading.
with object To employ multithreading in the performance of (a program or process).
Early 20th century. From multi- + thread. Compare earlier multithreaded<br>1970s; earliest use found in Computer Bulletin. From multi- + thread.
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