Multiform

  • 1 multiform — MULTIFÓRM, Ă, multiformi, e, adj. Care are sau poate avea mai multe forme, aspecte. – Din fr. multiforme. Trimis de ana zecheru, 26.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  MULTIFÓRM adj. pluriform, poliform. (Organis me multiform.) Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004 …

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  • 2 Multiform — Mul ti*form (m[u^]l t[i^]*f[^o]rm), a. [L. multiformis; multus much, many + forma shape: cf. F. multiforme.] Having many forms, shapes, or appearances. [1913 Webster] A plastic and multiform unit. Hare. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 multiform — index compound, dissimilar, diverse, heterogeneous, manifold, miscellaneous, multifarious, multifold, pr …

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  • 4 multiform — (adj.) also multi form, c.1600, from Fr. multiforme or L. multiformis many shaped, manifold, from multus much, many (see MULTI (Cf. multi )) + forma shape (see FORM (Cf. form) (n.)) …

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  • 5 multiform — [mul′təfôrm΄] adj. [< Fr or L: Fr multiforme < L multiformis < multi ,MULTI + forma,FORM] having many forms, shapes, etc. multiformity n …

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  • 6 multiform — See manifold, multiform, multiple See multiform, multiple …

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  • 7 multiform — adjective Etymology: French multiforme, from Latin multiformis, from multi + formis form Date: 1603 having many forms or appearances • multiformity noun …

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  • 8 multiform — multiformity /mul teuh fawr mi tee/, n. /mul teuh fawrm /, adj. having many different shapes, forms, or kinds. [1595 1605; < L multiformis. See MULTI , FORM] * * * …

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  • 9 multiform — 1. adjective Having more than one shape or appearance. 2. noun An organism, folktale, etc. that appears in more than one form …

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  • 10 multiform — SYN: polymorphic. * * * mul·ti·form məl ti .fȯrm adj having or occurring in many forms mul·ti·for·mi·ty .məl ti fȯr mət ē n, pl ties * * * mul·ti·form (mulґtĭ form) polymorphic …

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  • 11 multiform — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. various, many shaped, manifold; see multiple 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Consisting of a number of different kinds: assorted, divers, diverse, diversified, heterogeneous, miscellaneous, mixed, motley,… …

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  • 12 multiform — mÊŒltɪfÉ”rm / fɔːm adj. having many forms, of multiple shapes …

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  • 13 multiform — adjective existing in many forms or kinds. Derivatives multiformity noun …

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  • 14 multiform — a. 1. Many shaped, diversified, of many shapes, of many forms. 2. Manifold, multifarious, multifold, multiple, multiplex …

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  • 15 multiform — n polymorphous, polymorphic, diversiform, variform, omnifarious, Elect. multiphase; multifarious, manifold, multifold, multiplex …

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  • 16 multiform — mul·ti·form …

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  • 17 multiform — mul•ti•form [[t]ˈmʌl təˌfɔrm[/t]] adj. having many shapes or kinds • Etymology: 1595–1605; < L multiformis. See multi , form mul ti•for′mi•ty, n …

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  • 18 multiform — /ˈmʌltifɔm/ (say multeefawm) adjective having many forms; of many different forms or kinds. {Latin multiformis} –multiformity /mʌltiˈfɔməti/ (say multee fawmuhtee), noun …

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  • 19 multiform — n. (usu. attrib.) 1 having many forms. 2 of many kinds. Derivatives: multiformity n …

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  • 20 multiform layer of cerebral cortex — lamina multiformis …

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