Origin of multiplicative
Late Latin multiplicativus from Classical Latin multiplicatus, past participle : see multiplymultiplicative
mul·ti·pli·ca·tive
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multiplicative
adjective
- Tending to multiply or capable of multiplying or increasing.
- Having to do with multiplication.
Related Forms:
- mul′ti·pli′ca·tive·ly
adverb
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(not comparable)
- Of or pertaining to multiplication.
- (mathematics, of a function, etc.) Distributive over multiplication.
- Matrix determinants are multiplicative; if and are square matrices of the same size, then .
- (algebra) Having multiplication as an operator.
(countable and uncountable, plural multiplicatives)
- (grammar) A grammatical adverbial case in Finnish.
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