# Associations to the word «Manifold»

## Noun

- Geometry
- Intake
- Cylinder
- Valve
- Manifold
- Weeks
- Space
- Regulator
- Curvature
- Exhaust
- Topology
- Tensor
- Bundle
- Throttle
- Engine
- Theorem
- Inlet
- Pseudo
- Hilbert
- Conjecture
- Thurston
- Compact
- Singularity
- Vector
- Inline
- Intuition
- Generalization
- Decomposition
- Equivalence
- Euler
- Dimension
- Hodge
- Subspace
- Duality
- Relativity
- Bosch
- Einstein
- Injection
- Torque
- Aluminium
- Rn
- Algebra
- Ignition
- Mathematics
- Vacuum
- Sphere
- Compression
- Calculus
- Immersion
- Subset
- Donaldson
- Deformation
- Aspiration
- Coordinate
- Alloy
- Nozzle
- Symmetry
- Piston
- Timing
- Integral
- Bearing
- Tori

## Adjective

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

MANIFOLD, noun. (now historical) A copy made by the manifold writing process.

MANIFOLD, noun. (mechanics) A pipe fitting or similar device that connects multiple inputs or outputs.

MANIFOLD, noun. (US) (regional) (in the plural) The third stomach of a ruminant animal, an omasum.

MANIFOLD, noun. (mathematics) A topological space that looks locally like the "ordinary" Euclidean space \(\mathbb{R}^n\) and is Hausdorff.

MANIFOLD, adjective. Various in kind or quality, diverse

MANIFOLD, adjective. Many in number, numerous; multiple, multiplied.

MANIFOLD, adjective. Complicated.

MANIFOLD, adjective. Exhibited at diverse times or in various ways.

MANIFOLD, adverb. Many times; repeatedly.

MANIFOLD, verb. (transitive) To make manifold; multiply.

MANIFOLD, verb. (transitive) (printing) To multiply or reproduce impressions of by a single operation.

## Dictionary definition

MANIFOLD, noun. A pipe that has several lateral outlets to or from other pipes.

MANIFOLD, noun. A lightweight paper used with carbon paper to make multiple copies; "an original and two manifolds".

MANIFOLD, noun. A set of points such as those of a closed surface or an analogue in three or more dimensions.

MANIFOLD, verb. Make multiple copies of; "multiply a letter".

MANIFOLD, verb. Combine or increase by multiplication; "He managed to multiply his profits".

MANIFOLD, adjective. Many and varied; having many features or forms; "manifold reasons"; "our manifold failings"; "manifold intelligence"; "the multiplex opportunities in high technology".

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