verb (used without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM multitaskmul·ti·task·er, nounmul·ti·task·ing, multi-tasking, noun
Example sentences from the Web for multitask
This means you can multitask and keep up with your favorite websites and articles while you’re commuting, exercising, doing housework, or just chilling out at the end of the day.How to convert text articles into audio (and why you might want to)|David Nield|January 5, 2021|Popular Science
Holly Koscinski used to like to multitask, until one evening last March when she was watching “The Great British Bake Off,” boiling water for pasta with Alfredo sauce and cleaning the microwave over her gas stove.More burn injuries are occurring in kitchens during pandemic. Thanksgiving may see a rise in these accidents.|Katherine Ellison|November 22, 2020|Washington Post
You can easily multitask with the switcher to open up recently used applications and games.PlayStation 5 review: PS5 is a sensory game-changer|Elise Favis|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Using a battery of questionnaires, the participants self-reported on how often they multitask on multiple screens and were given a score—higher represents heavier multitasking.Media Multitasking Is Ruining Our Memory. Can We Fix It?|Shelly Fan|November 3, 2020|Singularity Hub
Like her father, Ayla is a multitasker, as I found out after I made it through the vetting process.
A multitasker who, by her own admission, can make the trains run on time.
Lee Woodruff is a quintessential supermom, multitasker and irrepressible storyteller.