simul

[ sim-uh l ]
/ ˈsɪm əl /
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adverb

(in prescriptions) together.

Nearby words

  1. simpy,
  2. sims,
  3. sims' position,
  4. sims, william sowden,
  5. simsbury,
  6. simulacre,
  7. simulacrum,
  8. simulant,
  9. simular,
  10. simulate

Origin of simul

< Latin; cf. similar, simplex

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British Dictionary definitions for simul

simul

/ (ˈsɪməl) /

noun

a shortened form of simultaneous (def. 2)
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