Synonym: advance, gain, grow, increase, procreate, rise. Antonym: divide. Similar words: multiple, ultimate, result in, ultimately, simultaneously, tip, antipathy, diplomat. Meaning: ['mʌtɪplaɪ] v. 1. combine by multiplication 2. combine or increase by multiplication 3. have young (animals) 4. have offspring or young. adv. in several ways; in a multiple manner.

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1 Think of a number and

*multiply*it by two.2 In warm weather these germs

*multiply*rapidly.3 Children will learn to

*multiply*in the second grade.4

*Multiply*2 and 6 together and you get 12.5 His son is learning to

*multiply*and divide.6 The process by which malignant cancer cells

*multiply*isn't fully understood.7 The children are already learning to

*multiply*and divide.8 When animals have more food, they generally

*multiply*faster.9 If you

*multiply*seven by 15 you get 105.10 To reduce pounds to pence you

*multiply*by a hundred.11 It is possible to

*multiply*bacteria and other living organisms in the laboratory.12 It is possible to

*multiply*these bacteria in the laboratory.13 Buy lots of raffle tickets and

*multiply*your chances of success.14 Take the average of those ratios and

*multiply*by a hundred.15 This will

*multiply*our chances of success.16 What do you get if you

*multiply*six by nine?17 Chromosomes replicate before cells divide and

*multiply*.18 Bacteria

*multiply*quickly in warm food.19 Is it possible to

*multiply*bacteria in the laboratory?20 If you are cooking for more people(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] just

*multiply*up the quantities.21 Look, it's perfectly straightforward?just

*multiply*everything by five.22 Take the time in seconds, square it, and

*multiply*by 5.12.23 She can not add or subtract or

*multiply*or divide even the simplest numbers in her head.24 The sources of coupons continue to

*multiply*.25

*Multiply*the result by 17 percent, the rate that Forbes would apply to all taxable income.26

*Multiply*that up by two or three hundred stores, and you will see he was onto a good thing.28 The duo, whose hit Turn Around got to No2 in 1999, planned to put it out on their label

*Multiply*.29 The natural warmth of the human body encourages microorganisms to

*multiply*rapidly.30 The pesticide killed off weevils and other insects, leaving the army worm to

*multiply*unchecked by its natural enemies.More similar words: multiple, ultimate, result in, ultimately, simultaneously, tip, antipathy, diplomat, principle, formula, emulate, discipline, diplomatic, full time, full-time, stimulus, apply, reply, imply, comply, supply, at all times, stimulate, simply, accumulate, sharply, apply for, apply to, comply with, fault.