Multiply

  • (adv): In several ways; in a multiple manner.
    Example: "They were multiply checked for errors"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on multiply:

Something Different (album) - Track Listing
... Raise Him Up" "Your Memory" "Multiply" "Everybody Matters" "Remember (Electric)" "Can't Take Away (Electric)" "No Matter (Electric)" "Elijah (Electric)" "Saskatchewan (E ...
Multiply Additions
... Multiply Additions is a 2006 album by Jamie Lidell on Warp Records ... and remixes of songs drawn from Lidell's 2005 release Multiply ...
Multiply (Heavy Jack Album) - Song Notes
... It was also re-released on Heavy Jack - Multiply in 2008 ... "Bushfire" was recorded twice for Multiply, the second version appears on Multiply ...
Social Networking In The Philippines - Expansions in The Philippine Market
... in the Philippines, Friendster and Multiply thought of ways to capitalize the local market ... Meanwhile, Multiply launched its Philippine version ... Multiply Philippines is developed in partnership with ABS-CBN Interactive to grow its user base in the country, as well as tapping into its local advertising and mobile services ...
SSE5 Enhancements
... Selected new instructions include Fused multiply–accumulate (FMACxx) instructions Integer multiply–accumulate (IMAC, IMADC) instructions Permutation (PPERM, PERMPx ... XOP A revision of most of the SSE5 instruction set FMA4 Floating-point vector multiply–accumulate ...

More definitions of "multiply":

  • (verb): Combine or increase by multiplication.
    Example: "He managed to multiply his profits"
    Synonyms: manifold
  • (verb): Combine by multiplication.
    Example: "Multiply 10 by 15"
  • (verb): Have young (animals).
    Synonyms: breed

Famous quotes containing the word multiply:

    The most important fact about our shopping malls, as distinct from the ordinary shopping centers where we go for our groceries, is that we do not need most of what they sell, not even for our pleasure or entertainment, not really even for a sensation of luxury. Little in them is essential to our survival, our work, or our play, and the same is true of the boutiques that multiply on our streets.
    Henry Fairlie (1924–1990)

    The uselessness and expensiveness of modern women multiply bachelors.
    Samuel Richardson (1689–1761)

    Off south, the bison multiply so fast
    a slaughter’s mandatory every spring
    and every spring the creeks get fat
    and Kicking Horse fills up.
    Richard Hugo (1923–1982)