Definition of multiple :
1. A quantity containing another quantity a number of times without a remainder.
2. Containing more than once, or more than one; consisting of more than one; manifold; repeated many times; having several, or many, parts.
ninefold, bigeminal, quadruple, eightfold, fivefold, treble, sextuple, quintuple, triple, aggregate, twofold, denary, duplex, threefold, doubled, triplex, dual, quadruplex, tenfold, binary, quadruplicate, double, sevenfold, fold, triune, multiplex, nonuple, fourfold, ternary, manifold, septuple, duple, quaternary, sixfold, quaternate, octuple
mathematics (part of speech: noun)
fraction, algorithm, index, differential calculus, dividend, reciprocal, numerator, multiplicand, root, algebra, trigonometry, arithmetic, denominator, radix, coefficient, square root, cube, integral, quadratics, antilogarithm, logarithm, calculus, multiplier, divisor, subtrahend, formula, geometry, exponent, quotient, factor, multiplicator, cube root, minuend, power, modulus, increment
various (part of speech: adjective)
repeated (part of speech: adjective)
- This alphabet was originally designed for writing Latin, and, as English has more sounds than Latin, some of the symbols when applied to English have to do multiple duty; though this is the least of the complaints against our current spelling. - "The Booklover and His Books", Harry Lyman Koopman.
- Of course he depended upon batteries for current, but the fundamental idea was embodied of using the track for the circuit, one rail being positive and the other negative, and the motor being placed across or between them in multiple arc to receive the current. - "Edison, His Life and Inventions", Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin.
- All its multiple forms sprang from the simple yarn. - "The Spinners", Eden Phillpotts.