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cotemporal

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cotemporal (comparative more cotemporal, superlative most cotemporal)

  1. Existing or occurring at the same time.
    • 1997, Benjamin Lee, Talking Heads, page 307:
      Since indirect speech consists of only one experience, the only point of view is that of the quoting speaker, and present and NOW are cotemporal with the act of quotation.

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