a shape where if the opposite lines keep going they never touch.
for a shape to be parellel two lines have to never touch if they were extended on forever. a shape with one pair of parellel lines is a trapezoid.
A trapezoid has two parallel lines.
A rhombus has parallel lines but no perpendicular lines.
An example of parallel lines are the two rails of a railway track, rails which never meet. An oval is a line or shape that has no parallel lines.
The four sided shape that has two parallel lines is called a trapezoid. A parallelogram is a four sided shape that has two pairs of parallel lines.
Any shape that contains a section of a plane can have an infinite number of parallel lines in it.
No, because a rhombus is a shape and a parallel is not a shape it is a term for two lines that go across an object and the two lines never make contact with each other, once again it is not a shape. So no they are not the same.
Strictly speaking, the answer is no. There is an implicit assumption that parallel lines refer to straight lines and, since there are no straight lines in a rainbow, there cannot be any parallel lines. The lines are concentric and so they never meet.