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At the same time:‘the telethon was broadcast simultaneously on 31 US networks’‘it works simultaneously as character study, teen drama and sci-fi thriller’
at the same time, at one and the same time, at the same instant, at the same moment, at once, concurrently, concomitantlytogether, all together, in unison, in concert, in chorus, as a groupsynchronouslyView synonyms
- ‘In this post I shall provide an example that illustrates all these points simultaneously.’
- ‘The Beatles were the first and last pop group who were simultaneously the best in their field and popular too.’
- ‘She was fully aware of what she was trying to say, and yet she was simultaneously unaware.’
- ‘The concerts will take place simultaneously at five venues around the world.’
- ‘He was the first guy to beat match two records together and play them simultaneously.’
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