Associations to the word «Multiple»
MULTIPLE, adjective. Having more than one element, part, component, or function, particularly many.
MULTIPLE, noun. (mathematics) A number that may be divided by another number with no remainder.
MULTIPLE, noun. (finance) Price-earnings ratio.
MULTIPLE, noun. One of a set of the same thing; a duplicate.
MULTIPLE, noun. A single individual who has multiple personalities.
MULTIPLE, noun. One of a set of siblings produced by a multiple birth.
MULTIPLE, noun. A chain store.
MULTIPLE ALLELISM, noun. (genetics) The state of having three or more alleles, or distinctive forms of a gene.
MULTIPLE BIRTH, noun. A birth in which more than one baby are born.
MULTIPLE BOND, noun. (chemistry) (physics) A covalent bond formed by the overlap of multiple pairs or electron orbitals
MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY, noun. (medicine) a chronic disease caused by a person's inability to tolerate a variety of environmental substances
MULTIPLE CITIZENSHIP, noun. A status in which a person is concurrently regarded as a citizen under the laws of more than one state.
MULTIPLE CITIZENSHIPS, noun. Plural of multiple citizenship
MULTIPLE DISPATCH, noun. (computing) Synonym of function overloading.
MULTIPLE DISPATCHES, noun. Plural of multiple dispatch
MULTIPLE EXPANSION, noun. (finance) An increase in the price-earnings ratio, or multiple, of a stock or group of stocks.
MULTIPLE EXPANSIONS, noun. Plural of multiple expansion
MULTIPLE EXPOSURE, noun. (photography) A photograph produced by exposing film or some other photosensitive surface to focused light more than one time, usually by opening and closing a camera shutter repeatedly, thereby generating a picture consisting of superimposed images.
MULTIPLE EXPOSURE, noun. (photography) The process of producing such a photograph.
MULTIPLE FRUIT, noun. (botany) A fruit that develops from the fusion of carpels from more than one flower, as for instance, a pineapple.
MULTIPLE FRUITS, noun. Plural of multiple fruit
MULTIPLE INHERITANCE, noun. (programming) (object-oriented) The ability to inherit from more than one superclass in a single subclass.
MULTIPLE LEVEL, noun. A metric level with pulses slower than the beat level.
MULTIPLE LEVELS, noun. Plural of multiple level
MULTIPLE MYELOMA, noun. (pathology) A cancer of the white blood cells.
MULTIPLE O'S, noun. Multiple orgasms
MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES, noun. Plural of multiple personality
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY, noun. A dissociative disorder in which several distinct identities or personality states alternate in controlling the sufferer's consciousness and behaviour
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER, noun. A dissociative identity disorder.
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDERS, noun. Plural of multiple personality disorder
MULTIPLE ROCKET LAUNCHER, noun. An artillery weapon consisting of an array of rails or tubes used to fire rockets.
MULTIPLE ROCKET LAUNCHERS, noun. Plural of multiple rocket launcher
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, noun. (pathology) A chronic disease of the brain and spinal cord characterized by changes in sensation, visual problems, weakness, depression, difficulties with coordination and speech, impaired mobility and disability.
MULTIPLE STAR, noun. (star) Multiple stars which form a stellar system, such that they orbit the point of equilibrium of their gravitational fields; a multiple star system.
MULTIPLE STAR, noun. (star) Multiple stars that appear to be one when seen with the naked eye, either because they orbit one another (multiple star systems) or happen to be in the same line of sight even though they are separated by a great distance.
MULTIPLE STAR SYSTEM, noun. (star) A stellar system that has multiple stars orbiting around each other; multiple star
MULTIPLE STARS, noun. Plural of multiple star
MULTIPLE SUPERPARTICULAR, noun. The sum of a whole number and a number of the form \(1/n\) for \(n\) a whole number larger than \(1\).
MULTIPLE SUPERPARTICULARS, noun. Plural of multiple superparticular
MULTIPLE TRANSFORMER, noun. An electrical transformer connected in multiple or in parallel with the primary circuit.
MULTIPLE TRANSFORMER, noun. An electrical transformer with more than one primary or more than one secondary coil.
MULTIPLE TRANSFORMERS, noun. Plural of multiple transformer
MULTIPLE UNIT, noun. (rail transport) A train consisting of one or more self-propelled cars capable of coupling with other units of the same or similar type and still being controlled from one cab.
MULTIPLE UNITS, noun. Plural of multiple unit
MULTIPLE, noun. The product of a quantity by an integer; "36 is a multiple of 9".
MULTIPLE, adjective. Having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual; "multiple birth"; "multiple ownership"; "made multiple copies of the speech"; "his multiple achievements in public life"; "her multiple personalities"; "a pineapple is a multiple fruit".
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