Multiplex definitions

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Relating to, having, or consisting of multiple elements or parts.
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Relating to or being a system of simultaneous communication of two or more messages on the same wire or radio channel.
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A multiplex communication system.
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A building having a number of separate movie theaters that are usually accessed from a central lobby.
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A dwelling with multiple separate units.
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To send messages or signals simultaneously using a multiplex system.
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To send simultaneously using a multiplex system.
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Multiple or manifold.
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Designating or of a system for transmitting or receiving simultaneously two or more messages or signals over a common circuit, carrier wave, etc.
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To send (messages or signals) by a multiplex system.
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A complex of three or more film theaters in the same building, sharing management, projectionists, etc.
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Comprising several interleaved parts.
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A building where several activities occur in multiple units concurrently.
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(by extension) A large cinema complex comprising of many (e.g. more than five, and often over ten) movie theatres.
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(juggling) Throwing motion where more than one ball is thrown with one hand at the same time.
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To interleave several activities.
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(computing) To combine several signals into a single signal.
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(juggling) To make a multiplex throw.
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Origin of multiplex

Middle English a multiple from Latin various, complicated multi- multi- -plex -fold plek- in Indo-European roots