Origin of multiplicateMiddle English from Classical Latin multiplicatus, past participle of multiplicare, to multiply
- Having more than one layer or fold, as some shells.
Origin of multiplicateMiddle English from Latin multiplicātus past participle of multiplicāre to multiply ; see multiply 1.
(comparative more multiplicate, superlative most multiplicate)
(third-person singular simple present multiplicates, present participle multiplicating, simple past and past participle multiplicated)