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synonyms for multiply

  • accumulate
  • augment
  • boost
  • breed
  • build up
  • enlarge
  • expand
  • generate
  • heighten
  • magnify
  • proliferate
  • propagate
  • spread
  • add
  • aggrandize
  • aggregate
  • compound
  • cube
  • double
  • extend
  • manifold
  • mount
  • populate
  • procreate
  • produce
  • raise
  • repeat
  • rise
  • square
See also synonyms for: multiplied / multiplying
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antonyms for multiply

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  • abridge
  • compress
  • conceal
  • decrease
  • destroy
  • diminish
  • hide
  • lessen
  • lower
  • play down
  • shrink
  • weaken
  • decline
  • depress
  • divide
  • drop
  • fall
  • reduce
  • slump
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How to use multiply in a sentence

You might have heard that to get a dog’s “biological” age, just multiply its age in years by seven.
TO FIGURE OUT YOUR DOG’S ‘REAL’ AGE, YOU’LL NEED A CALCULATORBETHANY BROOKSHIREAUGUST 12, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
When given food, even the most ancient microbes revived themselves and multiplied, researchers report July 28 in Nature Communications.
THESE ANCIENT SEAFLOOR MICROBES WOKE UP AFTER OVER 100 MILLION YEARSCAROLYN GRAMLINGJULY 28, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Divide this number by the total number of people asked and multiply it by 100 to get a percentage score.
SEVEN BRAND HEALTH METRICS AND HOW TO MEASURE THEMALEH BARYSEVICHJULY 24, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
For pensions to work, money paid by governments and employees is invested, and the stock market multiplies the dollars to pay for pension checks guaranteed to workers in retirement.
HERE’S WHERE LOCAL PENSIONS FUNDS STAND AFTER LOSING BILLIONS TO THE PANDEMICASHLY MCGLONEJULY 24, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
As humans clear swaths of forest for agriculture or roads, forest edges multiply, increasing spillover risk from once-isolated wildlife to humans and livestock.
TO PREVENT THE NEXT PANDEMIC, WE MIGHT NEED TO CUT DOWN FEWER TREESJONATHAN LAMBERTJULY 23, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Given manganese carbonate, these bacteria multiplied exponentially.
SCIENTISTS STUMBLED ACROSS THE FIRST KNOWN MANGANESE-FUELED BACTERIACAROLYN BEANSJULY 21, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Now, multiply that error rate by the billions or trillions of calculations per second possible in a typical modern computer.
TO LIVE UP TO THE HYPE, QUANTUM COMPUTERS MUST REPAIR THEIR ERROR PROBLEMSEMILY CONOVERJUNE 22, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Matrices can be multiplied, added and subtracted as easily as we perform those operations on regular numbers.
THE ‘USELESS’ PERSPECTIVE THAT TRANSFORMED MATHEMATICSKEVIN HARTNETTJUNE 9, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Again, to appreciate the scale of the coronavirus disruption, you have to multiply that 2,000 by a lot.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN EVERYONE STAYS HOME TO EAT? (EP. 412)STEPHEN J. DUBNERAPRIL 9, 2020FREAKONOMICS
I think some of it’s also the fact that a lot of human behavior, a lot of human phenomena, are very multiply-determined.
5 PSYCHOLOGY TERMS YOU’RE PROBABLY MISUSING (EP. 334 REBROADCAST)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJANUARY 9, 2020FREAKONOMICS
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WORDS RELATED TO MULTIPLY

  • boost
  • break the bank
  • develop
  • elevate
  • enlarge
  • get fat
  • get rich
  • grade
  • grow
  • hit pay dirt
  • hit the jackpot
  • improve
  • magnify
  • make a killing
  • make out
  • multiply
  • pan out
  • prefer
  • prosper
  • raise
  • strike gold
  • strike it rich
  • thrive
  • up
  • upgrade
  • uplift
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