one following or behind the other:
to drive horses tandem.
having animals, seats, parts, etc., arranged tandem or one behind another.
a vehicle, as a truck, tractor, or trailer, in which a pair or pairs of axles are arranged in tandem.
tandem trailer (def 1).
a team of horses harnessed one behind the other.
a two-wheeled carriage with a high driver’s seat, drawn by two or more horses so harnessed.
any of various mechanisms having a tandem arrangement.
in single file:
They swam in tandem.
in association or partnership.
a bicycle with two sets of pedals and two saddles, arranged one behind the other for two riders
a two-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses harnessed one behind the other
a team of two horses so harnessed
any arrangement of two things in which one is placed behind the other
in tandem, together or in conjunction
(Brit) used as, used in, or routed through an intermediate automatic telephone exchange: a tandem exchange
one behind the other: to ride tandem
- Tandem application language
Transaction Application Language
noun 1. a bicycle for two or more persons, having seats and corresponding sets of pedals arranged in tandem, especially popular in the 19th century.
[tan-duh m-kom-pound] /ˈtæn dəmˌkɒm paʊnd/ adjective 1. (of a compound engine or turbine) having high-pressure and low-pressure units in tandem.
- Tandem computers
company A US computer manufacturer. Quarterly sales $544M, profits $49M (Aug 1994). (1994-09-26)