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Multistate

ˈmʌltiˌsteɪt

Meanings of Multistate:

adjective

Extending over, relating to, or involving a number of the states of a union, federation, etc. (especially of the united states or australia), or a number of independent states.

Meanings of Multistep:

adjective

Involving or comprising a number of steps or stages.

Multistorey

ˌmʌl.tiˈstɔː.ri

Meanings of Multistorey:

adjective

(of a building) having several storeys.

Usage examples:

Australia's capital cities were transformed as the demolition of existing structures made way for m…
noun

A car park with several storeys.

Usage examples:

Among other criticisms the car park report stated: ‘the four multi-storeys are seriously lacking in…

Multistoried

ˌmʌl.tiˈstɔː.rid

Meanings of Multistoried:

adjective

(of a building) having several storeys.

Usage examples:

Australia's capital cities were transformed as the demolition of existing structures made way for m…
noun

A car park with several storeys.

Usage examples:

Among other criticisms the car park report stated: ‘the four multi-storeys are seriously lacking in…

Meanings of Multistory:

adjective

(of a building) having several storeys.

Usage examples:

Australia's capital cities were transformed as the demolition of existing structures made way for m…
noun

A car park with several storeys.

Usage examples:

Among other criticisms the car park report stated: ‘the four multi-storeys are seriously lacking in…

Meanings of Multistratified:

adjective

Having or composed of several layers.

Meanings of Multistriate:

adjective

Marked with several or many streaks.

Meanings of Multisulcate:

adjective

Having several or many (parallel) grooves or furrows.

Meanings of Multisulcated:

adjective

Having several or many (parallel) grooves or furrows.

Multisyllabic

ˌmʌl.ti.sɪˈlæb.ɪk

Meanings of Multisyllabic:

adjective

Consisting of several syllables; polysyllabic.

Meanings of Multisyllable:

noun

A polysyllable.

adjective

= multisyllabic .

Meanings of Multisystem:

adjective

Of or involving more than one system; compatible with more than one system; (specifically in medicine) affecting more than one organ system.

Multitalented

ˌmʌl.tiˈtæl.ən.tɪd

Meanings of Multitalented:

adjective

Having many talents (= natural abilities)

Usage examples:

She's a multi-talented singer and musician., they've assembled a multinational, multitalented squad…

Multitask

ˌmʌl.tiˈtɑːsk

Meanings of Multitask:

verb

(of a person) deal with more than one task at the same time.

Usage examples:

I managed my time efficiently and multitasked

Meanings of Multitasking:

noun

The performance of more than one task at the same time.

Usage examples:

Parenting skills such as multitasking and concentrating amid distractions are easily transferable t…
verb

(of a person) deal with more than one task at the same time.

Usage examples:

I managed my time efficiently and multitasked

Meanings of Multithread:

adjective

Having more than one thread, multithreaded (also figurative); (engineering, of a screw) = "multithreaded".

noun

A multithreaded screw.

verb

To employ multithreading in the performance of (a program or process).

Meanings of Multituberculata:

noun

A small primitive fossil mammal of a mainly cretaceous and palaeocene order, distinguished by having molar teeth with several cusps arranged in two or three rows.

Usage examples:

Triconodonts, monotremes and multituberculates have the primitive condylar arrangement for the radi…

Multituberculate

ˌmʌltɪtjuːˈbəːkjʊlət

Meanings of Multituberculate:

noun

A small primitive fossil mammal of a mainly cretaceous and palaeocene order, distinguished by having molar teeth with several cusps arranged in two or three rows.

Usage examples:

Triconodonts, monotremes and multituberculates have the primitive condylar arrangement for the radi…

Meanings of Multitubular:

adjective

Having many tubes; especially designating a boiler having many tubes traversing the flame space.

Multitudes

ˈmʌltɪtjuːd

Meanings of Multitudes:

noun

A large number of people or things.

Usage examples:

A multitude of medical conditions are due to being overweight
phrase

Large numbers of people

Usage examples:

The multitudes using the internet, somehow, we made our way through the multitudes and found a squa…

Meanings of Multitudinary:

adjective

Multitudinous.

Meanings of Multitudinism:

noun

The principle (especially in religion) according to which the interests of the people collectively are placed before those of individuals. in quot. 1858: specifically the principle of inclusivity with regard to membership of the christian church.

Multitudinous

ˌmʌl.tɪˈtjuː.dɪ.nəs

Meanings of Multitudinous:

adjective

Very numerous.

Usage examples:

Multitudinous rugs kept us warm

Meanings of Multiuser:

adjective

Denoting a computer system that is able to be used by a number of people simultaneously.

Meanings of Multivalued:

adjective

Of a function: having the property that a single argument may map to more than one value.

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