Definition of concurrently in US English:

concurrently

adverb

  • At the same time; simultaneously.

    ‘journal articles published concurrently with the exhibition’
    • ‘Both types of lead-tin yellow were employed by Venetian painters concurrently in the 16th century.’
    • ‘Growth, industrialization, and structural reforms are taking place concurrently in many countries.’
    • ‘Three museums in Connecticut are concurrently mounting Childe Hassam shows.’
    • ‘Two or more projects are always running concurrently, each using just a portion of the machine's processors.’
    • ‘His novelization was released concurrently with the film)e.’
    • ‘Running concurrently with the fair is the Young Scientists competition.’
    • ‘Rate of return targets and requirements for the payment of dividends to the state government were introduced concurrently.’
    • ‘This developed autonomously and concurrently within the various subcultures and regions with predominantly rural liberal traditions.’
    • ‘Early difficulties emerged in the provision of engineering services, the only support service to be maintained by the two authorities concurrently.’
    • ‘This year, the armory show takes place concurrently with the home show on Pier 94.’

Pronunciation

concurrently

/kənˈkərəntlē//kənˈkərəntli/