multitask

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multitask

(mŭl′ti-task″)
To work on several projects at the same time.
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Active until his death in 1979, Schawinsky charted a particular kind of avant-garde practice: He was a multitasker in an age of multimedia.
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I've used an original Multitasker for years, and now the new Multitasker Series 3 Multitool is out
Summary: BlackBerry's square phone is a powerhouse and multitasker, and it is not meant for amusement.
It means that unless you're a media multitasker, you're not presently tweeting, or updating your Facebook status or endorsing someone for a new skill on LinkedIn.
Those who work alongside Nir say he is a perfectionist and a multitasker, a workaholic with a stake in every single project that bears the Keshet name.
Behind the wheel of a moving car is no place to be a multitasker.
This fabulous multitasker can make everything from a foamy espresso to tea, hot chocolate and even a regular cup of joe--plus, if you want any of the above iced, in less than a minute it can convert from a hot to cold drink dispenser.
Designed to be worn for meetings, interviews or drinks after work, each dress is said to be a multitasker - just like Karren Brady.
The stress-response system is activated in the multitasker for at least two reasons: first, by his antagonistic struggle to keep tasks separated and categorized in his mind, while simultaneously allowing the multitasking rototiller to churn them up together; second, by the phenomenon known as "task switch loss.