Computers. a system or service in which a number of users at different terminals simultaneously use a single computer for different purposes.
Also time-share. a plan in which persons share ownership or rental costs of a vacation home, especially a condominium, entitling each participant to use the residence for a specified time each year.
Origin of time-sharing
First recorded in 1960–65
verb (used with object), time-shared, time-shar·ing.
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denoting, relating to, or forming part of time sharing of propertytime-share villas
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