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multiple

adjective
 
 
/ˈmʌltɪpl/
involving many different people or things, or many different types of people or things : The company has grown through acquisition and now produces multiple brands for multiple markets. Our produce is shipped from multiple locations around the country.
Translations of “multiple”
in Vietnamese gồm nhiều phần, nhiều…
in Spanish múltiple…
in Thai ทวีคูณ, หลายอย่าง…
in Malaysian berbagai, beruntun…
in French multiple…
in German vielfach, Massen-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 多個的, 多種的…
in Indonesian banyak, beruntun…
in Russian множественный…
in Turkish çoklu, muhtelif, çok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多个的, 多种的…
in Polish wielokrotny, liczny, wieloraki…
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