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septuple

adjective sep·tu·ple \ˈseptəpəl, (ˈ)sep¦t(y)üp-\

Definition of septuple

  1. 1 :  consisting of seven :  being seven times as great or as many :  sevenfold

  2. 2 :  taken by sevens or in groups of seven

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Origin and Etymology of septuple

Late Latin septuplus, from Latin septem seven + -uplus (as in quadruplus quadruple) — more at seven


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septuple

noun sep·tu·ple \"\

Definition of septuple

plural

-s

  1. :  a sum seven times as great as another :  a sevenfold amount :  the seventh multiple

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septuple

verb sep·tu·ple \"\

Definition of septuple

septupled

;

septupled

;

septupling

\-p(ə)liŋ\ ;

septuples

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to make seven times as much or as many

  3. intransitive verb
  4. :  to become seven times as much or as many

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