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It exports videos in any format, resolution, size, or bitrate, making it easy to optimize your content for playback via YouTube, social media, streaming services, BluRay, or your local multiplex.

Now, there are multiplexes across Riyadh and Jeddah packing theaters with movies like The House of Gucci.

From Time

If he ever does, it would probably still run circles around whatever else is playing at the multiplex that weekend.

From Time

If you want to see what he means, open up Instagram, head to your local multiplex, or pop by the gym.

From Vox

Part of the fun of following the Fast & Furious franchise is getting wrapped up in the meta-narrative of its existence as a franchise — its long, strange path through the multiplex, across 20 years.

From Vox

Nowadays, it looks like Anschutz is trying to get out of the multiplex business.

Once, after the midnight premiere of a summer blockbuster, I got trapped on the top floor of a giant multiplex.

What was the point of Outfest when you could see the next Todd Haynes movie in the multiplex?

Twelve people died when a madman opened fire at a multiplex cinema in Colorado in 2012.

What movie was showing when James Eagan Holmes opened fire at that multiplex in Aurora, Colo.

Harrowed by the multiplex difficulties surrounding an intrigue, Persis was kept waiting at the door a long time in the cold.

Multitudinous but not multiplex, in him odd and apparently incongruous notions dwelt peaceably together.

In some instances both varieties (xanthoma multiplex) are seen in the same individual.

It has been practically demonstrated that all organic life must be at least duplex if not multiplex in its constituent elements.

On one point, however, my whole multiplex estate of man was unanimous: the letter being gone, there was no help but I must follow.


On this page you'll find 193 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multiplex, such as: complicated, convoluted, composite, compound, conglomerate, and manifold.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.