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Multi-threading in the context of writing an app is the system of splitting work into multiple threads within a single process (the app execution space) to either free one thread (normally the GUI thread) of work, or to process data in parallel for higher throughput.
In this context, there is one process, which consists of memory plus a number of threads (which may change at run time)

The "working on word and listening to music" isn't really multi-threading - it's multi-process as the threads do not share a common execution space, and cannot access each other's memory. It's closer to the concept of "multitasking*" than "multi-threading", although it does involve separate threads as each process must have at least one active thread in order to remain in existence.

* Multitasking in the sense that "women are supposed to be better at it than men" but actually there isn't a difference
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