Multiply

  • 21multiply by — divide/multiply/by phrase used for saying how a number is calculated To convert gallons to litres multiply by 4.54. Thesaurus: expressions used in calculation and mathematicshyponym to calculate or countsynonym …

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  • 22multiply — [ˈmʌltɪˌplaɪ] verb [I/T] 1) to increase, or to increase something 2) to add a number to itself a particular number of times If you multiply 3 by 3, you get 9.[/ex] …

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  • 23multiply —   Ho omāhuahua, ho onui.   Also: ho opulapula, māhua, ho omāhua, laupa i, kulukulu.    ♦ Multiply two by two, alua lua …

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  • 24multiply — / mʌltɪplaɪ/ verb 1. to calculate the sum of various numbers added together a certain number of times ● If you multiply twelve by three you get thirty six. ● Square measurements are calculated by multiplying length by width. 2. to grow or to… …

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  • 25multiply — v. ( ies, ied) 1 tr. (also absol.) obtain from (a number) another that is a specified number of times its value (multiply 6 by 4 and you get 24). 2 intr. increase in number esp. by procreation. 3 tr. produce a large number of (instances etc.). 4… …

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  • 26multiply — multiply1 /mul teuh pluy /, v., multiplied, multiplying. v.t. 1. to make many or manifold; increase the number, quantity, etc., of. 2. Arith. to find the product of by multiplication. 3. to breed (animals). 4. to propagate (plants). 5. to… …

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  • 27multiply — 1. verb /ˈmʌltɪplaɪ,ˈmʌltɪpli/ a) To increase the amount, degree or number of (something). b) To perform multiplication on (a number). See Also: demultiply …

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  • 28Multiply — Множить, размножать; Увеличивать …

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  • 29multiply — Synonyms and related words: abound with, accrue, accumulate, add, advance, aggrandize, algebraize, appreciate, army, augment, balloon, be alive with, be fruitful, be productive, bear, beef up, beget, bloat, boom, boost, breed, breed true, bristle …

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  • 30multiply — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. increase, accrue; propagate proliferate; spread. See numeration, reproduction.Ant., divide. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To increase] Syn. add, augment, double; see increase 1 . 2. [To bring forth young]… …

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  • 31multiply — mul·tiply || mÊŒtɪplaɪ v. (Mathematics) add a quantity to itself a specified number of times (i.e. 4 x 2 = 8); increase in quantity, produce a large number of; reproduce, procreate, have many offspring …

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  • 32multiply v — log table n …

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  • 33multiply — gemanigfealden …

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  • 34multiply — multiply1 [ mʌltɪplʌɪ] verb (multiplies, multiplying, multiplied) 1》 obtain from (a number) another which contains the first number a specified number of times. 2》 increase or cause to increase in number or quantity. 3》 increase in number by… …

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  • 35multiply — I. v. a. Increase (in number), make more, make many. II. v. n. 1. Increase, grow in number. 2. Increase, extend, spread …

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  • 36multiply — verb 1) their difficulties seem to be multiplying Syn: increase, grow, become more numerous, accumulate, proliferate, mount up, mushroom, snowball Ant: decrease 2) the rabbits have multiplied Syn …

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  • 37multiply — v 1. double, duplicate, make twofold, redouble, triple, triplicate, quadruple, quadruplicate, quintuple, quintuplicate, sextuple, septuple, septupli cate, octuple, decuple, make tenfold, make numerous or multitudinous; increase, augment, add to,… …

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  • 38multiply — mul·ti·ply …

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  • 39multiply — verb Syn: increase, grow, accumulate, proliferate, mount up, mushroom, snowball Ant: decrease …

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  • 40multiply — I mul•ti•ply [[t]ˈmʌl təˌplaɪ[/t]] v. plied, ply•ing 1) to make many or manifold; increase the number, quantity, etc., of 2) to find the product of by multiplication 3) to increase by procreation 4) to grow in number, quantity, etc.; increase 5)… …

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