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    simultaneously

    hi,

    Does 'simultaneously' means at the same time or in unison?

    For example, 'All the children stood up simultaneously when the teacher entered the classroom.'

    thanks.

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    Re: simultaneously

    Quote Originally Posted by sebayanpendam View Post
    hi,

    Does 'simultaneously' means at the same time or in unison?

    For example, 'All the children stood up simultaneously when the teacher entered the classroom.'

    thanks.
    Yes, that's exactly what it means!

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