VERB | cognition | multiply | combine by multiplication |
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change | multiply, manifold | combine or increase / increase by multiplication | |

body | multiply, breed | have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms) | |

body | multiply, reproduce, procreate | have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant | |

ADVERB | all | multiply | in several ways |

Sounds | mah'ltahplay. | |
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Rhymes | alkali ... walleye: 28 rhymes with lay... |

Meaning | In several ways; in a multiple manner. | |
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Example | "they were multiply checked for errors" | |

Opposite | singly | one by one |

Spanish | multiplemente | |

Adjectives | multiple | having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual |

Meaning | combine by multiplication. | |
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Pattern | Somebody ----s something | |

Example | "multiply 10 by 15" | |

Category | arithmetic | The branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of numerical calculations |

Narrower | cube | Raise to the third power |

raise | Multiply (a number) by itself a specified number of times | |

square | Raise to the second power | |

Broader | calculate, cipher, cypher, compute, work out, reckon, figure | make a mathematical calculation or computation |

Opposite | divide, fraction | Perform a division |

Spanish | multiplicarse, multiplicar | |

Catalan | multiplicar-se, multiplicar | |

Adjectives | multiplicative | tending or having the power to multiply or increase / increase in number or quantity or degree |

Nouns | multiplication | an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division |

multiplier | the number by which a multiplicand is multiplied |

Meaning | combine or increase / increase by multiplication. | |
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Pattern | Something ----s; Somebody ----s something; Something ----s something | |

Model | They multiply their earnings this year; Their earnings multiply this year | |

Example | "He managed to multiply his profits" | |

Synonym | manifold | |

Narrower | double, duplicate | increase / increase twofold |

proliferate | Cause to grow or increase / increase rapidly | |

quadruple | increase / increase fourfold | |

quintuple | increase / increase fivefold | |

triple, treble | increase / increase threefold | |

Broader | increase | make bigger or more |

Spanish | multiplicarse, multiplicar | |

Catalan | multiplicar-se, multiplicar | |

Adjectives | multiplicative | tending or having the power to multiply or increase / increase in number or quantity or degree |

Nouns | multiplication | an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division |

multiplication | a multiplicative increase / increase / increase / increase |

Meaning | have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms). | |
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Pattern | Something ----s | |

Synonym | breed | |

Narrower | pullulate | Breed freely and abundantly |

Broader | reproduce, procreate, multiply | have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant |

Spanish | criar, multiplicarse, multiplicar | |

Catalan | augmentar, criar, engendrar, multiplicar-se, multiplicar | |

Nouns | multiplication | the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production |

Meaning | have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant. | |
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Pattern | Somebody ----s | |

Synonyms | reproduce, procreate | |

Category | biology, biological science | The science that studies living organisms |

Narrower | breed, multiply | have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms) |

brood, hatch, cover, incubate | Sit on (eggs) | |

fructify, set | bear fruit | |

propagate | Multiply sexually or asexually | |

Broader | make, create | make or cause to be or to become |

Spanish | multiplicarse, multiplicar, procrear, proliferar, reproducirse, reproducir | |

Catalan | multiplicar, procrear, reproduir-se, reproduir | |

Nouns | multiplication | the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production |

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