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Translation of "multiply" - English-Spanish dictionary

multiply

verb /ˈmaltiplai/ ( past tense, past participle multiplied)
to add a number to itself a given number of times and find the total multiplicar 4 + 4 + 4 or 4 multiplied by 3 or 4  3 = 12. to (cause to) increase in number, especially by breeding multiplicarse Rabbits multiply very rapidly. multiplication /-pli-/ noun the act of multiplying numbers multiplicación (also adjective) a multiplication sum. multiple-choice /ˈmaltipəlˈtʃois/ adjective (of a question) showing several possible answers from which you have to choose the correct one elección múltiple a multiple-choice examination/test. multiple sclerosis /ˈmaltipəl skliəˈrousis/ noun ( abbreviation MS) (medical) a serious disease of the nervous system that gradually makes it difficult for someone to move, speak, or see esclerosis múltiple She suffers from multiple sclerosis.
(Definition of multiply from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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