Multiplicate meaning

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Having more than one layer or fold, as some shells.
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Multiple.
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Multiple; manifold.
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Consisting of many, or of more than one; multiple; multifold.

A multiplicate flower.

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(obsolete) A multiple; a result of multiplication.
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To make multiple copies of.
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Origin of multiplicate

  • Middle English from Latin multiplicātus past participle of multiplicāre to multiply multiply1
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Latin multiplicatus, past participle of multiplicare. See multiply.
    From Wiktionary