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Consisting of many, or of more than one; multiple; multifold.
(obsolete) A multiple; a result of multiplication.
To make multiple copies of.
Middle English from Latin multiplicātus past participle of multiplicāre to multiply multiply1
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Latin multiplicatus, past participle of multiplicare. See multiply.
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