centuple

adjective
cen·tu·ple | \ˈsen‧ˌt(y)üpəl, ˈsentəp-\

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centuple

transitive verb
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centupled; centupled; centupling\-p(ə)liŋ \; centuples

Definition of centuple (Entry 2 of 2)

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History and Etymology for centuple

Adjective

French, from Late Latin centuplus, from Latin centum hundred + -plus multiplied by

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