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## Multiply in a sentence

Sentence count:223+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-24Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: gaingrowriseAntonym: Similar words: tipMeaning: ['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. Random good picture Not show
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 children are already learning to multiply and divide.
7 When animals have more food, they generally multiply faster.
8 The process by which malignant cancer cells multiply isn't fully understood.
9 If you multiply seven by 15 you get 105.
10 Multiply these two figures together.
11 Multiply the total by 12.
12 This will multiply our chances of success.
13 Chromosomes replicate before cells divide and multiply.
14 Bacteria multiply quickly in warm food.
15 Is it possible to multiply bacteria in the laboratory?
16 Look, it's perfectly straightforward?just multiply everything by five.
17 To reduce pounds to pence you multiply by a hundred.
18 It is possible to multiply bacteria and other living organisms in the laboratory.
19 It is possible to multiply these bacteria in the laboratory.
20 Buy lots of raffle tickets and multiply your chances of success.
21 Can the child multiply?
22 Take the average of those ratios and multiply by a hundred.
23 What do you get if you multiply six by nine?
24 If you are cooking for more people,[www.Sentencedict.com] just multiply up the quantities.
25 Take the time in seconds, square it, and multiply by 5.12.
26 Multiply y by infinity.
27 The sources of coupons continue to multiply.
28 Friendships multiply joys and divide griefs. Thomas Fuller 29 These permutations multiply towards infinity.
30 The insects multiply rapidly during hot, dry summers.
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