multiply


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Synonyms for multiply

Synonyms for multiply

Synonyms for multiply

combine or increase by multiplication

have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms)

have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant

in several ways

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We are continuing to grow the Multiply Marketplace in the region, and Naspers's backing will no doubt help us accelerate that growth.
Khalil Al-Mansouri, said his officers received information that the gang was looking for money to multiply.
Victims of these crimes are conned into believing their money will instantly multiply to wake up one day to find all their savings lost," said Colonel Khalil Ebrahim Al Mansouri, Director of the Criminal Investigation Unit.
Then subtract the amount of new policies Cameron's got and multiply by the amount of talented MPs he's got to carry them through.
Of course, if you want to be exact, you can find your target heart rate by using the standard formula where you subtract your age from 220 for men or 226 for women and multiply by 70 percent.
To make a vaccine, scientists grow a known virus, inactivate it so it can't multiply, and inject it into humans.
So I need to multiply but I need that one and five tenths but what do I also need?
Among a new range of fittings, Foscarini present these three new models; Big Bang, an irregular and apparently random intersection of planes, available in white or two colour combinations (designed by Enrico Franzolini and Vicente Garcia Jimenez); Caboche, a contemporary chandelier that incorporates almost two hundred polymethylmethacrylate balls that multiply the brightness (designed by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto); and Uto, a silicon rubber floor, ceiling or hook lamp that can be positioned freely as one wishes (designed by Lagranja Design).
Designed for use as a textbook, this publication provides an analysis of the basics of the technology and processes of multiply forming.
A stem cell is unspecialized and can transform and multiply into specialized cells for the heart, brain, skin, and other tissues.
Multiply length by width by average depth in feet to determine the cubic feet in the crib.
Multiply that number by an activity factor-50% for most regular runners who are very active.
Magurran found that multiply mated females produced significantly larger broods and gestated for an average of 8.
However, in people with weakened immune systems, especially those infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV, the cause of AIDS), TB organisms may overcome the body's defenses, multiply, and cause active disease.
Multiply this increase by 10, 20, 50 or 100 apartments per building and the additional drain on cash flow from an apartment building is substantial.