-plex
noun combining form Etymology: partly from Latin -plex (as in duplex); partly from complex 1. a figure of a given power <
googolplex
>
2. a building divided into an often specified number of spaces (as apartments or movie theaters) <
fourplex
>
<
multiplex
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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