verb (used without object)
Words nearby multitask
OTHER WORDS FROM multitaskmul·ti·task·er, nounmul·ti·task·ing, mul·ti-task·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for multitask
This is true of all technology: the more advanced it becomes, the more we are forced to multitask and adapt to choice overload.
“We multitask, something all women learn to do,” she said Thursday.
We live with the show every day (a state I call Hungland), multitask like lunatics, work crazy long hours, blah blah blah.
The multitask gene is obviously linked to the X chromosome, because I know of no men who carry the trait.