Multitude

  • 21MULTITUDE — n. f. Grand nombre. Une multitude innombrable d’hommes. Une multitude d’objets. Une grande multitude de peuple. Il s’emploie absolument, et presque toujours avec un sens défavorable, pour désigner la Masse du peuple. Flatter les passions de la… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 22multitude — noun 1) a multitude of birds Syn: a lot, a great/large number, a great/large quantity, a host, a horde, a mass, a swarm, an abundance, a profusion; scores, quantities, droves; informal a slew, lots, loads, masses, stacks …

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  • 23multitude — /mul ti toohd , tyoohd /, n. 1. a great number; host: a multitude of friends. 2. a great number of people gathered together; crowd; throng. 3. the state or character of being many; numerousness. 4. the multitude, the common people; the masses.… …

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  • 24multitude — Synonyms and related words: a mass of, a world of, abundance, acres, army, bags, barrels, bevy, bunch, bushel, cloud, cluster, clutter, cohue, copiousness, countlessness, covey, crowd, crush, deluge, flight, flock, flocks, flood, galaxy, hail,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 25multitude — /ˈmʌltətjud / (say multuhtyoohd), / tʃud/ (say choohd) noun 1. a great number; host: a multitude of friends. 2. a great number of persons gathered together; a crowd or throng. 3. the state or character of being many. 4. the multitude, the common… …

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  • 26multitude — noun /ˈmʌltiːtjud/ a) A great amount or number, often of people. A torrential rain poured down from the floodgates of the angry heavens upon the bared heads of the assembled multitude which numbered at the lowest computation five hundred thousand …

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  • 27multitude — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Large number Nouns 1. multitude, numerousness, multiplicity, profusion, plurality. See quantity. 2. legion, host, horde, crowd, [great] numbers, quite a few, quite a number, good or great many, array,… …

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  • 28multitude — noun 1》 a large number of people or things. 2》 (the multitude) the mass of ordinary people. Origin ME: via OFr. from L. multitudo, from multus many …

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  • 29multitude — n. 1. Great number, numerousness. 2. Host, legion, a great many. 3. Throng, concourse, army, swarm, a great number, a great many, assembly, assemblage, collection, crowd. 4. The multitude, rabble, the populace, the vulgar, mass, commonalty …

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  • 30multitude — n 1. host, mass, crowd, throng, crush, Sl. mess, horde; drove, bevy, herd, pack, flock, swarm, gaggle, school, shoal; army, legion, tribe, band, team, troop, squad, company, group, party, body; assemblage, congregation, aggregation, array,… …

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  • 31multitude — [ˈmʌltɪˌtjuːd] noun a multitude of formal a very large number of people or things[/ex] …

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  • 32multitude — aibė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. ensemble; set vok. Ensemble, n; Menge, f; Satz, m rus. множество, n pranc. ensemble, m; multitude, f …

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  • 33multitude — see charity covers a multitude of sins …

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  • 34multitude — n. 1 (often foll. by of) a great number. 2 a large gathering of people; a crowd. 3 (the multitude) the common people. 4 the state of being numerous. Etymology: ME f. OF f. L multitudo dinis f. multus many …

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  • 35multitude — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French or Latin; Anglo French, from Latin multitudin , multitudo, from multus much more at meliorate Date: 14th century 1. the state of being many 2. a great number ; host 3. a great number of people 4.… …

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  • 36multitude — mul·ti·tude || mÊŒltɪtjuːd n. many, large quantity; mass, crowd …

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  • 37multitude — mul·ti·tude …

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  • 38multitude — mul•ti•tude [[t]ˈmʌl tɪˌtud, ˌtyud[/t]] n. 1) a great number; host 2) a great number of people gathered together; crowd; throng 3) the state or character of being many; numerousness 4) populace; masses • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME < L multitūdō …

    From formal English to slang

  • 39multitude —   Lehulehu, nehunehu, kini, mū, ho omū, laupa i, pū ali, nu a …

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  • 40multitude — nf. => Monde, Quantité, Tas …

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