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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 regret to announce that Multiply will be closing on May 6, 2013, and ceasing all business operations by May 31, 2013," it announced Friday on its website.
He gave them Dh5 million to multiply it to Dh1 billion.
That's because they can multiply without limit and have the potential to become any cell in the body.
Tragically, people with a mutated SH2D1A lose this blocking capability, and their T and B cells keep signaling each other to multiply. "They proliferate out of control," says geneticist Alison J.
In a finite, multiply connected universe, an observer at the center of such a sphere would see the same circle of points in two different directions.
But he has no undamaged skin cells underneath to multiply and fill in his wounds.
1 128 (You multiply the previous two numbers and divide by two.) 2 Decimate, medicate.
Current dogma in cancer biology holds that tumors can arise when certain "tumor-suppressor" genes malfunction and allow cells to grow and multiply rapidly, much the way cells do when an organ first forms.
Now multiply that volume by the number of minutes you typically spend in the shower.
To estimate if the payments are reasonable, the tax adviser should multiply Michael's beginning-of-the-year unreturned capital ($104,000, the FMV of the property he contributed) by the safe harbor interest rate (1.5 X 0.06).
The researchers will allow the engineered cells to multiply in a lab culture, then return them to the patients.
1.61-21(g) is dependent on three factors: (1) the number of miles flown, (2) the weight of the aircraft and (3) whether the employee is considered a "control employee" or a "noncontrol employee." To compute the value of a flight, first multiply the number of miles flown by the standard industry fare level (SIFL), which is a cents-per-mile rate issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT).
Researchers have discovered that despite these random interactions, the multiply scattered electron waves still combine to create distinctive interference patterns.
To get the fund accumulation for $100 annuity annual savings, multiply this factor by $100.
Using pencil and paper, human beings can add, subtract, multiply or divide numbers of any length, albeit slowly.