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multiple

Pronunciation: /ˈmʌltəpəl; ˈmʌltɪpəl/

Translation of multiple in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (involving many elements) múltiple multiple birth parto (masculine) múltiple multiple personality (disorder) (trastorno (masculine) de) personalidad (feminine) múltiple multiple pile-up choque (masculine) or colisión (feminine) múltiple
    Example sentences
    • It is my misfortune to be living in a street in which there are several houses in multiple occupation.
    • The function of the banner-draped shading elements is multiple.
    • Friends, the multiple agency bill collection system in the city, has to be the most citizen-friendly outfit of the Government.
    1.2 (many) múltiples multiple errors múltiples errores
    Example sentences
    • The season's riches also offer a chance to see favorite actors tackling very different roles in multiple movies.
    • Because children have different learning styles and multiple ways of knowing, they must be encouraged to find the form that best fits their individual styles.
    • The financial sector is a much different story, with multiple levels of lending and intermediation dictating that analysis is at least as much art as science.

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