parallel (noun) · parallels (plural noun) · parallel of latitude (noun) · parallels of latitude (plural noun)
parallel (verb) · parallels (third person present) · paralleled (past tense) · paralleled (past participle) · paralleling (present participle)
The definition of parallel is extending in the same direction and at the same distance apart. An example of parallel is the opposite lines of a rectangle. Parallel is something similar to something else. An example of parallel is a short story that relates to the reader's own life.
False parallel: Two ideas or events that are made to seem similar for rhetorical effect, but in fact have no basis in fact.
In a simple parallel circuit, all points are electrically common in one of two sets of points . For our example circuit, the wire connecting the tops of all the components will have one node number and the wire connecting the bottoms of the components will have the other.
Parallel Batteries. When positive terminals of all cells are connected together and similarly negative terminals of these cells are connected together in a battery, then the cells are said to be connected in parallel. These combinations are also referred as parallel batteries.