# parallel

#### Simultaneously vs Parallel - What's the difference?

simultaneously | parallel |

## As adverbs the difference between simultaneously and parallel

is that simultaneously is occurring at the same time while parallel is with a parallel relationship.

## As an adjective parallel is

equally distant from one another at all points.

## As a noun parallel is

one of a set of parallel lines.

## As a verb parallel is

to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Juxtapose vs Parallel - What's the difference?

juxtapose | parallel |

## As verbs the difference between juxtapose and parallel

is that juxtapose is while parallel is to construct or place something parallel to something else.

## As an adjective parallel is

equally distant from one another at all points.

## As an adverb parallel is

with a parallel relationship.

## As a noun parallel is

one of a set of parallel lines.

#### Parallel vs Null - What's the difference?

parallel | null |

## As nouns the difference between parallel and null

is that parallel is one of a set of parallel lines while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

## As an adjective parallel

is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As an adverb parallel

is with a parallel relationship.

## As a verb parallel

is to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Parallel vs Divided - What's the difference?

parallel | divided |

## As adjectives the difference between parallel and divided

is that parallel is equally distant from one another at all points while divided is separated or split into pieces.

## As verbs the difference between parallel and divided

is that parallel is to construct or place something parallel to something else while divided is (divide).

## As an adverb parallel

is with a parallel relationship.

## As a noun parallel

is one of a set of parallel lines.

#### Radial vs Parallel - What's the difference?

radial | parallel |

## As adjectives the difference between radial and parallel

is that radial is arranged like rays that radiate from, or converge to a common centre while parallel is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As nouns the difference between radial and parallel

is that radial is a radial tire / radial tyre while parallel is one of a set of parallel lines.

## As an adverb parallel is

with a parallel relationship.

## As a verb parallel is

to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Identical vs Parallel - What's the difference?

identical | parallel |

## As adjectives the difference between identical and parallel

is that identical is (not comparable) bearing full likeness by having precisely the same set of characteristics; indistinguishable while parallel is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As nouns the difference between identical and parallel

is that identical is (usually|pluralized|chiefly|philosophy) something which has exactly the same properties as something else while parallel is one of a set of parallel lines.

## As an adverb parallel is

with a parallel relationship.

## As a verb parallel is

to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Parallel vs Concurrency - What's the difference?

parallel | concurrency |

## As nouns the difference between parallel and concurrency

is that parallel is one of a set of parallel lines while concurrency is the property or an instance of being concurrent; something that happens at the same time as something else.

## As an adjective parallel

is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As an adverb parallel

is with a parallel relationship.

## As a verb parallel

is to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Parallel vs Concurrence - What's the difference?

parallel | concurrence |

## As verbs the difference between parallel and concurrence

is that parallel is to construct or place something parallel to something else while concurrence is .

## As an adjective parallel

is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As an adverb parallel

is with a parallel relationship.

## As a noun parallel

is one of a set of parallel lines.

#### Parallel vs Sequel - What's the difference?

parallel | sequel |

## As nouns the difference between parallel and sequel

is that parallel is one of a set of parallel lines while sequel is (narratology) a narrative that is written after another narrative set in the same universe, especially a narrative that is chronologically set after its predecessors, or (perhaps improper usage) any narrative that has a preceding narrative of its own.

## As an adjective parallel

is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As an adverb parallel

is with a parallel relationship.

## As a verb parallel

is to construct or place something parallel to something else.

#### Reticulate vs Parallel - What's the difference?

reticulate | parallel |

## As adjectives the difference between reticulate and parallel

is that reticulate is network-like in form or appearance while parallel is equally distant from one another at all points.

## As verbs the difference between reticulate and parallel

is that reticulate is to distribute or move via a network while parallel is to construct or place something parallel to something else.

## As an adverb parallel is

with a parallel relationship.

## As a noun parallel is

one of a set of parallel lines.