Multiplicate
Multiplicate Mul"ti*pli*cate, a. [L. multiplicatus, p. p. of multiplicare. See {Multiply}.] Consisting of many, or of more than one; multiple; multifold. [1913 Webster]

{Multiplicate flower} (Bot.), a flower that is double, or has an unusual number of petals in consequence of the abnormal multiplication of the parts of the floral whorls. [1913 Webster]


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  • multiplicate — index manifold, multifold Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • multiplicate — [mul′tə pli kāt΄] adj. [ME < L multiplicatus, pp. of multiplicare, to MULTIPLY1] Now Rare multiple; manifold …   English World dictionary

  • multiplicate — I. ˈməltəplə̇ˌkāt adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin multiplicatus, past participle of multiplicare to multiply 1. : consisting of many or of more than one : multiple, multifold multiplica …   Useful english dictionary

  • multiplicate — adj. [L. multus, many; plicare, to fold] Having many folds or plicae …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • multiplicate — /mul teuh pli kayt /, adj. multiple; manifold. [1375 1425; late ME < L multiplicatus, ptp. of multiplicare to MULTIPLY, increase. See MULTI , PLICATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Multiplicate — Сложный; размноженный; Один из экземпляров, получаемых при размножении …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • multiplicate — mul·ti·pli·cate || mÊŒtɪplɪkeɪt adj. multiple, having many parts; manifold …   English contemporary dictionary

  • multiplicate — mul·ti·pli·cate …   English syllables

  • multiplicate — /ˈmʌltəpləkeɪt/ (say multuhpluhkayt) adjective multiple; manifold. {Latin multiplicātus, past participle, multiplied} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Multiplicate flower — Multiplicate Mul ti*pli*cate, a. [L. multiplicatus, p. p. of multiplicare. See {Multiply}.] Consisting of many, or of more than one; multiple; multifold. [1913 Webster] {Multiplicate flower} (Bot.), a flower that is double, or has an unusual… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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