cyfredol, gydredol, cydredol, cyfamserol, cydred, chydred, chydredol, chyfamserol, chyfredol, gydred, gyfamserol, gyfredol, nghydred, nghydredol, nghyfamserol, nghyfredol
- cydamserolar yr un pryd
Adjective(1) occurring or operating at the same time
(1) All terms were concurrent thus totaling 12 years.(2) He received concurrent sentences for the other offences.(3) There are many families of concurrent lines in a triangle.(4) Subsequently, following his arrest a year later, he was sentenced to a concurrent term of 12 months for breach of bail.(5) It is not mentioned anywhere whether he will continue his business interests concurrent with the responsibilities of Mayor.(6) In a triangle, four basic types of concurrent lines are altitudes, angle bisectors, medians, and perpendicular bisectors:(7) For example, besides the physiological detriments, cigarette use often precedes marijuana and alcohol use and is concurrent with other risk behaviors such as fighting.(8) They heard the two men given concurrent sentences ranging from nine to fifteen years for the other offences.(9) These arcades were later filled with canvases that fitted neatly into the frame of each arch, conveying the effect of a concurrent and symmetrical series of painted niches.(10) The gallery will present a Robert Indiana exhibition concurrent with The Art Show 2003.(11) To what degree did Poussin's interest in the modes, apparently concurrent with his initial interest in healing images, partake of the wide fascination with occult powers?(12) The appellant was sentenced to a concurrent term of 5 years for the lesser offence of simple wounding.(13) The rise of anthropology concurrent with Darwin's work on evolution mid-century and the Oxbridge university reform commissions decisively altered British activity.(14) Therefore, countermeasures (equipment and tactics) should be developed concurrent with the development of non-lethal weapons.(15) Observations may also indicate evolving issues that are concurrent with an existing issue, or a completely new issue.(16) Burton was also sentenced to 18 months for a separate offence of unlawfully taking a car, and one month for driving while disqualified, to be concurrent with the major penalty.
(1) hold a concurrent post :: cynnal swydd gydamserol
1. simultaneous ::
ar y pryd
2. convergent ::
3. coincident ::
Different Formsconcurrent, concurrently
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