Sextuplicate meaning

sĕk-sto͝oplĭ-kĭt, -styo͝o-, -stŭplĭ-
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To make six times as great; multiply by six.
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Six times as many or as much.
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To make six copies of.
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One of six similar things.
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A set of six identical copies.
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Six times the number, volume, length, et cetera (of something else).

The customer ordered a sextuplicate quantity.

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Comprising six identical parts.

Benzene is a sextuplicate hydrocarbon.

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A series, set, collection, or group of six identical copies of something.
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To make six copies of.

Sextuplicate this document for me, please.

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Origin of sextuplicate

  • sextu(ple) (du)plicate

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin sextuplicātus, past participle form of sextuplicāre (“to sextuple"), from sextuplus (“sixfold"), from sextus (“sixth") (from sex (“six")) + -plus (“-fold") (from plicare (“to fold")).

    From Wiktionary