multitasker

multitask

[muhl-tee-task, -tahsk, muhl-tahy-]
verb (used without object)
1.
Computers. (of a single CPU) to execute two or more jobs concurrently.
2.
(of one person) to perform two or more tasks simultaneously.

Origin:
1960–65; multi-+ task

multitasker, noun
multitasking, multi-tasking, noun
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multitask (ˈmʌltɪˌtɑːsk)
 
vb
to work at several different tasks simultaneously

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multitask

n. Often used of humans in the same meaning it has for computers, to describe a person doing several things at once (but see thrash). The term `multiplex', from communications technology (meaning to handle more than one channel at the same time), is used similarly.
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