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Tandem

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Noun

1. tandem

an arrangement of two or more objects or persons one behind another

2. bicycle-built-for-two, tandem, tandem bicycle

a bicycle with two sets of pedals and two seats

Adverb

3. in tandem, tandem

one behind the other

Example Sentences:
'ride tandem on a bicycle built for two'
'riding horses down the path in tandem'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Tandem

see synonyms of tandem
noun
1. 
a bicycle with two sets of pedals and two saddles, arranged one behind the other for two riders
2. 
a two-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses harnessed one behind the other
3. 
a team of two horses so harnessed
4. 
any arrangement of two things in which one is placed behind the other
5.  in tandem
adjective
6. British
used as, used in, or routed through an intermediate automatic telephone exchange
a tandem exchange
adverb
7. 
one behind the other
to ride tandem

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Tandem

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adverb
1. 
one behind another; in single file
noun
2. 
a two-wheeled carriage drawn by horses harnessed tandem
3. 
a team, as of horses, harnessed tandem
4. 
a bicycle with two seats and sets of pedals placed tandem
5. 
a relationship between two persons or things involving cooperative action, mutual dependence, etc.
to work in tandem
adjective
6. 
having two parts or things placed tandem

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Tandem

see synonyms of tandem
n.
1. A two-wheeled carriage drawn by horses harnessed one before the other.
2. A team of carriage horses harnessed in single file.
3. A vehicle, such as a bicycle or kayak, that is designed to be used by two or more people sitting one behind the other.
4. An arrangement of two or more persons or objects placed one behind or adjacent to the other: driving horses in tandem.
adj.
1. Being designed to be used by two or more people sitting one behind the other: a tandem bike; a tandem kayak.
2. Having two identical components arranged one behind or adjacent to the other: a tandem axle; a tandem gene.

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